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we won't be able to build an artificial intelligence, at all, period, never: Humans are too complicated.
The absolute-no argument when we're considering unknowable future technology is silly. Complexity is immaterial when we're talking about trying to replicate an object known to physically exist today.
I don't know this guy from anyone obviously, but I do know a number of techies who are (sometimes unknowingly) committed to mystical narratives surrounding the human body - specifically that it is not an entirely physical process.
you are the media you consume.
We like to think we do, and for simple of values of 'physical' we're not doing too badly. But there's stuff outside the simple maps that doesn't make a great deal of sense to anyone.
From there I believe the only way to claim a human mind equivalent is impossible to create (as opposed to unlikely) through other means is by making a metaphysical claim - ie there are levers we do not have access to which are only accessible by an external actor.
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