Now consider movement of an elevator (whose indicator has no problem) in my company; it can be --- 0,1,0,1,2,3,4,3,2,3,4,5,4,3,4... Successive numbers will differ by 1, and the sequence will reflect some aspects of people, their work, floors, elevator's location. The sequence of output from the given machine, is a reflection of human being process. A little thinking tells us that output of a machine, depends also on property of machine. Consider a third entity who just sees machine's output. If, suppose, we have a scale to call something human or machine, how much point we will attribute to human factor or machine factor? Can a machine scale on human factor, without interaction with human being?
These questions have very deep consequences, and since this blog is non-technical in nature, we will explore things in not-so-mathematical sense. Nevertheless, I presume that we will not take words like Love, Anger, Happiness or Passion in very confused sense, in the series of posts under the label "virtual life"; and we will solely explore the interaction among human beings via machines ( often supported by a vast logical system ). Virtual world, and hence corresponding virtual life (which we will define gradually) is a part of the actual world. So far, the existence of Virtual world out of real world seems to be illogical; though, yes, any concrete conclusion requires some brainstorming analysis.
Some of the posts now onwards, will be on Virtual Life.