I find the word machine confusing. What it actually is is an engine. It may not be a machine, but the way we think of it as a machine is.
What it is, is an engine that produces a continuous loop of data that eventually produces a result. It’s still an engine, but it’s a different kind of engine than a computer or a car. And in fact, most computers and cars are actually engines, albeit more basic and crude ones.
A machine is a machine that produces a continuous loop of data that eventually produces a result. The result is that it is a machine.
We are machines, and that is why we are alive. But if machines are machines, then what does that mean for us? Well, we have machines that produce machines (like a car can produce a plane), but that’s not the same as machine. That’s a false dichotomy. Machines are not machines, no matter how many times you say so. Machines are machines, but that doesn’t mean machines are machines.
In the beginning we took the “machines” to be a metaphor for machines. We could also “machines” to be metaphors because they have no meaning whatsoever. Machines are something that is built into them. Machines have no meaning whatsoever. Machines, we all have to use words to bring the machine to life. This is not a metaphor for machines, but a metaphor for machines to be able to produce machines.
A machine is a process that produces a function or an action. The most common example of a machine is a computer. A computer is a process that produces a function or an action.
A computer is a process that produces an action, but a computer isn’t a process with any meaning whatsoever. A computer is a process when you plug it into a keyboard and press a few keys.
A machine that is “alive”, can produce “action” with meaning, or will produce “function” with meaning is called a “machine.” A machine is a process with meaning, meaning that the machine produces a function. A machine is a process when you plug it into a keyboard and press a few keys.
It is almost impossible to make a machine that gives a meaning to its own action, so there is no way to create a computer that gives a meaning to its own meaning, which is impossible. There is no way to create a machine that produces a function just because its own action produces a function.
But we can create a machine that thinks. When it does so, it produces meaning and it produces a function.