Doing some research on AI, I discovered the concept of noncomputability. The idea is, there are truths in math that cant be determined by a turing machine, and humans have discovered them, therefore humans are more than turing machines. this is seen as proof that cognition and consciousness are uncomputable and we will never make a computer intelligent or conscious. if neurons dont act like turing machines, what do they act like? if there is something special about them, that makes them somehow trasncend computable algorithms, why cant we build a machine that has those properties with artificial neurons? What makes biological machines so special in the universe?