Can machines have consciousness, according to neuroscientists? Looks like it

As if the Director wanted to force you to believe in it, the protagonist of the film “the car” in 2015, directed by Andrew Garland, is not Caleb is a young programmer who has been assigned to assess machine consciousness. No, main character is Ava, a striking humanoid AI, naive in appearance and mysterious inside. Like most films of its kind “of the car” leaves the viewer to answer the question whether the ABA was conscious? The film skillfully avoids the thorny question that tried to answer high-profile films on the topic of AI: what is consciousness and can it be the computer?

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