I figure this is relevant because it goes along so nicely with “Your brain does not process information and it is not a computer”. I know very well that techies tend not to understand much about continental philosophy, and they would be surprised to learn that philosophers have been dealing for decades with questions about intellect and knowledge that computer science is only barely starting to ask. Dreyfus' critique is a perfect example. The philosophers cited in the intro - Merleau-Ponty and Heidegger - were writing almost 100 years ago and the critique was written 50 years ago, and yet the critique is still largely relevant.
I often wonder what computing would look like if it embraced the ideas from continental philosophy? I think it would be entirely different, and probably more advanced. I’m thinking in particular about ideas such as Deleuze and Guattari’s rhizome, which is awfully close to a graph structure, or virtuality.