Image processing (IP) and artificial intelligence (AI) is an exciting research area in cognitive and computer science. This chapter deals with the image processing and attempts have been taken to illustrate the intertwining among mind, machine and image processing. Further, different subtle aspects pertaining to mind and intelligence are also presented. In fact, intelligence acts as a substrate of mind to engage it in consciousness. Indeed, mind is distinct from the consciousness and both are subtler than the body. The chapter also elucidates the comparison of mind machine, and intelligence in image processing. Moreover, attempt has been made to envision the core issues related to different aspects like: (1) intelligence is the means to engage the mind in consciousness (2) Brain is analogous to a feed forward hierarchical state machine and acts as a substrate for mind and possesses vital relationship with intelligence. Indeed, there are two important approaches to develop an artificially intelligent device. These are the conceptual understanding of mind and the computational framework of brain. This chapter emphasizes that the agent in which embryonic artificial intelligence is to be created must have the capacity of embodied experience and it must possess sensory components to establish relations between it and the external world. Further, this chapter also renders the philosophical perspectives of some intuitive questions such as: Can mind be explained in terms of machines? Can mind be replicated on machines? Do machines can ever be intelligent? In fact mind or intelligence cannot be reflected by physical means. In addition, this chapter preludes that mainly there are two approaches pertinent to the philosophy of mind. These are the dualism and functionalism. However, it is hard to explain the true nature of mind with the help of only these two approaches because mind displays the characteristics like and dislikes a machine simultaneously. Moreover, the concept of machine seems to be based on dichotomy between these two approaches. Various difficulties pertaining to image processing have also been incorporated.