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NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory --"Machines Will Soon Have Their Own Consciousness"

Rich Terrile, a scientist with NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, said research shows that consciousness, a product of the brain, can be reproduced. "Soon there will be nothing technical standing in the way to making machines that have their own consciousness,"...
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