Dear Angjelin

thank you for this insightful article, for your insights on cognition in such a concise and interesting way. The article gave me many interesting points to consider in my own research.

I hope to read more of your articles in the future, and perhaps next time MLearning will have the honor of publishing articles on this topic. This topic is very significant for machine learning.

I recommend all readers important points I agree with and why you must read this article in a few words below:

The following article is about the mind and its relationship to cognition. It argues that Hofstadter's views of the mind are inadequate and probably wrong, yet there might be aspects of it that he holds some validity to. The article rejects the conception of a strict separation between mental and physical substrates based on an understanding of thought as computation. It instead argues for a more integrated view of how cognition is enacted in the entire organism.

teaching machines to sculpt // Data Scientists must think like an Artist // MLearning.ai

teaching machines to sculpt // Data Scientists must think like an Artist // MLearning.ai