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Can Machines Think?

The mechanization of thought is closer than most people believe.

From the early days of antiquity, humanity has grappled with the notion of machine thought.

In early Greek myths , Talos, a giant automaton made of bronze, would patrol the shores of Europa each day. He had human qualities like emotions and judgements — and this was conceived of…

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