Spyridon Koutroufinis

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We argue that a critical difference distinguishing machines from organisms and computers from brains is not complexity in a structural sense, but a difference in dynamical organization that is not well accounted for by current complexity measures. We propose a measure of the complexity of a system that is largely orthogonal to computational, information(More)
Why are computers so radically different than brains in terms of phenomenology? The difference is one of complexity but not complexity in mere numbers of elements, interactions, operations per time and space, or even generative difficulty. We argue that the difference is dynamical. We propose a measure of the complexity of a system that is largely(More)
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