Human and Machine Consciousness
by David Gamez
Publisher: Open Book Publishers 2018
Number of pages: 222
Human and Machine Consciousness presents a new foundation for the scientific study of consciousness. It sets out a bold interpretation of consciousness that neutralizes the philosophical problems and explains how we can make scientific predictions about the consciousness of animals, brain-damaged patients and machines.
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