What do you think?

We all think differently and that’s what makes us different and be an individual. Consider the fact the inanimate objects do not have life but must have some sort of thinking as it does things it’s supposed to in exactly the same way as its supposed to do, rather efficient I won’t disagree to that.

May be the compete workings of a mind t is it i understand one single task completely. Consider the machines we created for the very reason perfume tasks in a much difficult way. And sometimes aren’t as efficient. Let’s say we compare the function of potato to your iphone would be lunacy. But in all the tests it can be understood that the functioning of the potato was much better as it devotes its complete energy to being a potato not like a matching which is a composition of many things which do not work properly.

Say you overhear a conversation and you do not like it. However the bits and pieces of it you did, wouldn’t it be interesting to consider the possibility of how that person has reached to a point of argument that it is currently in and not worry about something that’s not even out concern in the first place?

So I say a simple fact of life cannot be defined by the arguments of some smart people and you would always need to speculate your versions of the argument and then find the conclusion as the very result was correct because we hold a tremendous affection for our own intelligence. But an object doing simple task with no conscience or intelligence, by the classical definition of it, performs better than complex machine. So altogether, a thing doesn’t think your way doesn’t mean it doesn’t think. It thinks differently, possible even just in an atomic manner.

It must be safe to assume that intelligence is doing one single task with perfect dedication over a very long period of time, by that corollary machines are smarter and are evolving faster and we are being more organise, leaving very little place for us to feel.

 

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