Computers and Humans ‘See’ Differently. Does It Matter? | Quanta Magazine

I don’t see it this way. I say thats its not that complicated what human vision is. Reductionist philosophy should agree with other evidnce that humans simply read thier memory when seeing. So visual info simply, simply, travels the optic nerve STRAIGHT into the memory. No middle man.
From this article they explain a computer also sends visual data into its memory. Oddly enough the point here should be that computer vision PROVES human vision is just a memory operation.
They missed that. It shows they still want US seeing things from a process BEFORE its sent into a secondary operation of the memory.
If computers and people SEE the same surely this is a bid dal about how people see. The computer has no soul. only a memory so yes it makes great errors. Nobody in there.