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Jiggy
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What do you think, can a computer be cleverer than a human?
I think, that the human can't create a thing, which is cleverer as himself. Blue deep was programmed by a human, so the programmer should be honored for his creation. I see in the computer a thing, that make the idea of the humans easier to realize, but not an own individium.




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Jiggy hat geschrieben:What do you think, can a computer be more intelligent than a human?
I think, that the human can't create a single thing, which is cleverer than himself. Blue deep was programmed by a human, so the programmer should be honored for his creation. I consider a computer an item, that can make the ideas of the humans easier to realize, but I don't consider it an individium.



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What do you think, can a computer be cleverer than a human?
I think, that the human can't create a thing, which is cleverer as himself. Blue deep was programmed by a human, so the programmer should be honored for his creation. I see in the computer a thing, that make the idea of the humans easier to realize, but not an own individium.


My interpretation:

What do you think? Can a computer be cleverer than a human?
I don't think a human could ever create something cleverer than himself. Deep Blue was programmed by a human, so the programmer should be honored (I'd probably say "recognized" here, but either word works) for his creation. Nevertheless, I see in the computer a device which makes the ideas of humans easier to realize, but which is not itself an individual.
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