Just came across this term (from Weird Studies, naturally) and wonder what's the big deal. As a computationalist, I am perfectly happy with the idea that the worlds of psyche and matter are in reality the same world. And not just intellectually, it is part of my work, my practice. Gregory Bateson wrote a whole book on this (Mind and Nature: A Necessary Unity).
Well, a lot of the world hasn't caught up, and still thinks that matter and mind are two separate realms, so this alchemical term is loaded with mystery and magic. They really should all do a remedial Lego Mindstorms class, or something.
And to be fair, just being able to program a computer doesn't magically make the world's oldest dualism just vanish in a puff of smoke. We are all deeply dualist, all our conceptual systems are organized that way.
So this is just a fancy Jungian mystipoo way to say monism? That's no so bad, "monism" sort of implies that we know what the one underlying substance is, a weird Latin phrase emphasizes that underlying level is unknowable. See Taoism I guess.