OK, I kind of wanted to get something off my chest about an equivocation on the title subject that seems to be common. I'll illustrate with a quote from this article: Photons, Quasars and the Possibility of Free Will Here we see see an example of randomness being equivocated with choice. Why? When I roll a dice, I don't choose which of the numbers come up. If my behaviour ultimately breaks down to the influence of random quantum fluctuations, then how on Earth would be I be choosing anything? It's this point which I feel that is missed by the vast majority of people who advocate for some quantum mechanism for free will, like what some do with the Orch-OR hypothesis. No, instead my fate is subject to the roll of the die. This is no more allowing for free will, any more than a roulette table allows for a steady income.