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1) Human intelligence differs from computer intelligence in a multiple number of ways. Three specific ways are that computers are unable to question its more recent programming, choose and understand. An example for the first answer is that computers cannot question whether or not they are programmed right, unless another program asks them to, but then they are unable to question that program. An example of the second answer is that a computer is unable to choose how they would like to go about a problem; they only do what they are programmed to do. Finally, an example to the last answer is that a computer does not think or reason and therefore it cannot fully understand what it is doing. You can ask a computer to add two plus two, but it does not realize that if you have 2 apples next to 2
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Unformatted text preview: apples then you would have 4 apples. 2) Human intelligence differs in kind from computer intelligence. This is because humans are able to analyze themselves, which is impossible for computers. Humans also have a brain and a mind, whereas computers only have what would be equivalent to a brain. 3) Computer intelligence is analogous to human intelligence because they are related, but have different meanings. 4) When Kreeft talks about personalizing instruments and instrumentalizing persons he is just stating that he does not like the idea of personalizing computers with intelligence that could be confused with human intelligence. He also does not like that many people are trying to compare themselves to computers....
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