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  The ability to objectivise experience by envisaging it, and then to subjectivise it by processing those images in a deliberate and personal way, is (so far as is known) unique to humans. The imaging process can be replicated, to some extent, by machines, but so far no mechanical brain has been created which can handle images proactively and creatively. Machines may be able to analyse light more sensitively than any human, but none can formulate a Theory of Relativity. Machines can perceive and modulate sound in every conceivable way—except to write a symphony. The creation, modulation and communication of images, and ideas about images, lies at the heart of all human social interaction, technology, science and the arts. KMcL  



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