Meaningful experiments encourage us to think that the formal-structural, Turing-based approach in computation can be upgraded to the level of a structural-phenomenological one. Let's call it the orto-computing level. Two hypothetic solutions will be presented. The first uses the mind-matter interaction at the level of a Random Event Generator, while the second inserts, in a cellular computational structure, modules with non-formal transfer functions. Both, the mind-matter interaction and the non-formal behavior, have trans-computational features, and we expect them to provide functional capabilities able to overcome the problems raised by complexity and/or non-computability. A lot of open problems are in front of the researchers eager to take into account the challenges of the orto-computing - the computation which closes strange loops in our computing environment. The road could be, if it will be, long and hard, but we must start to explore it.


[1] Gheorghe M. Stefan: "How Far We Are From Orto-Computing?",