The story of Ulysses and the Sirens, told by Homer in the Odyssey more than two thousand years ago, describes consciousness not as an internal sensation but as an observable capability. That understanding is the basis of the Meca Sapiens Architecture. Continue reading Ullysses and the Sirens
Some authors argue that the term “computational intelligence” is a misnomer because computing machines can only process data and not information that has semantic meaning. This is a common mistake… Continue reading The data in the carrots
The following humorous story is taken from the Annexes of the Meca Sapiens Blueprint. It illustrates the differences between purpose, primary purpose and urges that can animate the behaviour of a synthetic entity.
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