Do humans operate like computers? Are you predestined to never beat Contra? Maybe. Or, for Kant, not at all. This video, from the new series 8-Bit Philosophy, takes on the question from a Kantian perspective.
Kant’s argues in “Critique of Practical Reason” that because “ought implies can” that humans are capable of free will. If we were mere automatons, there would only be a question of “can we do” rather than “ought we do.”