Rythm and feeling

When asked about the interaction of rhythms between humans and systems Quillinan emphasizes that humans operate on a completely different rhythm to computers.

Human beings are very irregular, even though they have certain regular intervals as well. If these rhythms meet either human beings are forced to warp to computer rhythm or computers have to become more intelligent and this would involve that they would be capable to find out how the human being is feeling.
Nevejan finds it interesting he uses ‘feeling’ as factor of distinction for intelligence, because in presence the feeling is very important because it helps you stay away from pain towards homeostasis; it helps you move towards well being. The sense of presence is the sense of survival in which feelings and emotions and literal sensations are key informants.