Biological boundaries of conceptual spaces

Is not the whole debate about super intelligence and AI a debate about a series of concepts that we have access to only in biologically bounded conceptual spaces? That is: we are projecting concepts of intelligence we know into an abstract future where the underlying processes may be radically different. It is like speaking of artificial
boredom or artificial sorrow. But the question of how a machine mourns is a question that shows the limits of a concept, nothing else. An old observation of a wittgensteinian nature but I think it cuts deeper than some realize. What we create when we replicate evolving intelligence in other domains may well be something radically new, and perhaps inaccessible.

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