The Stupidity of Computers | Issue 13 | n+1

But we will not see computers acquire minds anytime soon, and in the meantime we will end up accommodating the formalist methodologies of computer algorithms. The problem is one of ambiguity as much as nonneutrality. A reductive ontology of the world emerges, containing aspects both obvious and dubious.

Source: The Stupidity of Computers | Issue 13 | n+1