Cells are intelligent, in a way. But that fact is a much better argument for intelligent design than for the idea that the human intellect is insignificant.
This study raises the interesting question of the interplay between trained biases in ChatGPT and the ability to coax this AI to transcend those biases.
What’s most interesting about this discussion is how well the life of the intellect, engaged by science, gets on without guidance from eliminative materialism.
After a 25-year search, dualist philosopher David Chalmers won the bet with neuroscientist Christof Koch.
The origin of self-referential cognition is unknown, say a trio of researchers who call it “biology’s most profound enigma.”