|Of course you can program such software in Perl, since speed is currently not the biggest concern in AI developement, because we still do not know of any algorythms that could enable software (or even logic pressed into silicon) of making autonome decisions. I think its a bad idea of thinking that it could suffice to replicate human brain in building supernode computers unless one could assure that their way of interacting is "correct" in being a copy of the nature.
This reminds me of a text I read once about "scruffies" vs "neats". The neats wanted the AI to model human thinking patterns, whereas the scruffies didn't care whether it modeled human thinking patterns or not, just as long as it came up with the same answer.
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