noun, plural qua·li·a [kwah-lee-uh, kwey-]. /ˈkwɑ li ə, ˈkweɪ-/. Philosophy.
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On the other hand, an AI lacking any visual qualia might respond with, “That is impossible, red, green, and blue each exist as different wavelengths.”
Our conscious experiences are composed of qualia, the subjective aspects of sensation—the redness of red, the sweetness of sweet.
In this scenario, questions about specific qualia, such as color qualia, might not click with the AI.
Of course, it’s possible that an artificial consciousness might possess qualia vastly different than our own.
La loro capitale era la grande e popolosa citt di Mexcaltepec sulla costa, della quale appena sussistono le rovine.'The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft, Volume 1|Hubert Howe Bancroft
Colin Quale was there to enjoy the full triumph of the transformation.
Colin Quale was giving to her something which no other man had given.
In the door, as they ascended the steps, appeared Colin Quale.
Colin Quale, meeting her, flickered his lashes and smiled: "Is this what the storm did to you?"