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February 03, 2020

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Stuart Creque

It seems to me that physiology has an important role in human intelligence. Our sensory systems present our brains with information about the external world in defined ways. Our neuromuscular systems give the brain a means of control with closed-loop feedback to locomote, manipulate and even communicate.

I think most AI systems don't have a pseudo-physiology. They rely on the engineer's conceptualization of the system and algorithms to operate it, without an underlying layer of "autonomic" processes. Perhaps Boston Dynamics' artificial animals are an exception, with their bodies engineered to model an artificial physiology on which higher functions can be layered.

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