What Consciousness Does a Robot Need?

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Almost all of my papers are on the web page. This pap is http://www-formal.stanford.edu/consciousness.html APPROACHES TO ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE biological—Humans are intelligent; imitate humans observe and imitate at either the psychological or neurophysiological level..
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