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John Searle's Error: A Defense of the Turing Test

The Turing test developed by Alan Turing, is a method which is used in the field of Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) to determine whether an agent is intelligent in some manner. 1,401 more words


Children of God: 1982- Intelligence


By Michael Strider – Darton Herald

It is November 14, 1982. I’d received a tip from a friend about a scientist in New York who studies robotics, named Dr. 1,191 more words

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The Religious Turing Test

The Turing Test, of sci-fi notoriety, was developed by Alan Turing as way to determine if a machine could exhibit intelligence indistinguishable from a human. He thought that a computer successfully simulating a human would be milestone in artificial intelligence and maybe robots taking over the world. 261 more words


How Facebook plans to evaluate its quest for generalized artificial intelligence

One of the biggest misconceptions about artificial intelligence is the belief that today’s AIs possess generalized intelligence. We are really good at leveraging large data sets to accomplish specific tasks, but fall flat at replicating the breadth of human intelligence. 470 more words


The Turing test game

The Turing test is a video game developed by Bulkhead studios and produced by SquareEnix. it is available on windows, x-box one and PS4. the game is a puzzle game that introduces deep moral and ethical thought throughout the game. 289 more words


How to pass the Turing test: a study guide...

First developed in 1950, the Turing test remains the premier means by which computer programs can exhibit intelligent behaviour that is indistinguishable from that of a human. 21 more words

Ray Kurzweil: How to Create a Mind

Ray Kurzweil claims that ‚If understanding language and other phenomena through statistical analysis does not count as intelligence then humans have no intelligence either.’ That is a converse argument that should disqualify Kurzweil from ever being listened to again. 2,025 more words

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