I think we also need to discuss the difference between a mechanism and deduction. Do we think of a scale model as "deducing" what will hapen in a full-size version? Do we consider simulations as "deducing" what will happen? Usually we ascribe the intelligence to the person who created the simulation or model, not the model itself.
When I deduce something, I create a deductive argument, but does the argument itself "deduce" the conclusion? If I give the argument written down to someone else, then they may be able to deduce the same conclusion.
Similarly, when I induce knowledge, one could say I collected enough evidence to convince myself. But does the evidence collected actually "induce" the knowledge?
That is a subtle distinction, but I think crucial to understanding if deduction and induction are the same thing.
I just want to say that we can already produce machines that both "deduce" and "induce" in essentially the same way our arguments "deduce" or "induce." But I think there is a difference between the deduction and induction used by the human creator and user of the machines/arguments/evidence and the machines/argumets/evidence that do the "deduction" and "induction."