Here, I'll highlight the bullshit by swapping a few terms around...
Disregarding the sheer improbability of ever having all that information, quantum indeterminacy still guarantees that the outcome of the computer's decision-making process is not predictable and hence its will is free.
This is just as accurate as your own quote. Still stand by it?
Are you serious? Can’t you do any better than make up some ridiculous straw man argument? Of course I wouldn’t stand by that statement because I wouldn’t be silly enough to say that a computer has a will comparable to that of a human.
I asked you what meaning of freedom you are using when you say we have no freedom of will. How about answering that question instead of evading it and making up a straw man.