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Does monism imply that computers can have consciousness?

Note: While "The Basic Theory of the Mind" may potentially be well researched and possibly accurate, it is (as far as I know) a self-published discourse by a non-researcher, that is not peer-reviewed. ...
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How do we imagine? How do images have qualia?

This is hardly settled science, but one hypothesis with some empirical support is that Visual mental imagery and perception share similar cortical representations (Cichy et al., 2012; Kosslyn, ...
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How can machine possibly possess consciousness if computation is a human idea?

Short answer: This is formally known as the hard problem of consciousness - if you can figure it out, then you'll probably win a Nobel Prize: The hard problem of consciousness is the problem of ...
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