University of Arizona News on machine intelligence
"Essentially what Heidegger is saying is that what we are, and what the world is, are mutually interdependent," Surdeanu said. "There's no objective world apart from our experiences of it, just as our experiences cannot be separated from the world in which they occur."
In other words, "Existence is interpretation, and interpretation is existence," Surdeanu said.
In fact, Heidegger went to the trouble to coin the word "Dasein" to describe humans as being in the world — meaning that humans have the capacity for self-interpretation, unlike computers, thus limiting computers' capacity for humanlike intelligence.