Can Machines Know

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Philosophy

 

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Travis B

 

Date added:

February 1, 2014

 

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University

 

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A

 

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To begin with let us consider the definition of the word knowledge to be the ability to have information within oneself as a result of experience, or because you have learned it or have been told about it. The core of the definition is possession of specific information. Interestingly, the word is generally defined in the context of mankind, no direct context for non-living object...
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The core of the definition is possession of specific information. Interestingly, the word is generally defined in the context of mankind, no direct context for non-living object. Therefore, I take liberty to notionally extend the definition also to a machine. Thus, I say that a specific piece of information embedded in a machine may be considered as knowledge possessed by a machine...
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