Why can’t the world’s greatest minds solve the mystery of consciousness?

Culture, Philosophy, and Humanity , Gerd's Reads , Human Futures and AI , Updates

It would be poetic – albeit deeply frustrating – were it ultimately to prove that the one thing the human mind is incapable of comprehending is itself. An answer must be out there somewhere. And finding it matters: indeed, one could argue that nothing else could ever matter more – since anything at all that matters, in life, only does so as a consequence of its impact on conscious brains.

Consciousness will only become more and more interesting to research as #machinethinking gains popularity.

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