a human being is not a purely physical system like a computer.
As the book Shaarei Kedusha explains in detail, a human being consists of two independent creatures fused together. An animal and a spiritual being. see there.
Parenthetically, to summarize a practical different on this from here, the ability to reason and speak intelligently is a spiritual quality from the spiritual being. It is simply impossible to make a computer which can have an intelligent conversation because this is beyond the abilities of any kind of purely physical machine which necessarily functions in a direct manner, namely, one thing reacts, which causes another to react, etc. motorically. With this limitation, it is impossible to build a system capable of rational thought and intelligent speech. A computer can be programmed to calculate chess moves or the like but intelligent speech is a whole different ball game.
and as explained there (though I think many who are indoctrinated into the scientific paradigm will violently disagree):
Likewise, even to make any kind of basic organism which can (1) grow
and (2) reproduce itself like a plant or even a bacterium is already
far too complicated for any kind of purely physical machine. It
likewise requires a higher form of life spirit behind the scenes to
coordinate and guide the development and maintenance, namely, the
"nefesh tzomachat" (growth soul of life) as explained in Shaarei
Kedusha. If you ask, "How can you say this is beyond the abilities of
a man-made machine? I read on the news that scientists have created
life in the laboratory?" Answer: All the so-called scientific
"breakthroughs" of "creating life in the laboratory" that you may hear
about always involve modifying an already living organism such as
transplanting DNA strands into a living bacterium and then hoping the
bacterium survives the transplant - but never from only raw inanimate
materials, since, as above, this is something that is beyond the
limitations of any kind of physical machine.
To summarize, the article is a bunch of nonsense based on the false premise that a human being is just a machine.