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The Turing Test and Chinese Room Experiment

The Turing Test and Chinese Room Experiment

Descartes' Challenge: For we can certainly conceive of a machine so constructed that it utters words, and even utters words which correspond to bodily actions causing a change in its organs (e.g., if you touch it in one spot it asks what you want of it, if you touch it in another it cries out that you are hurting it, and so on). But it is not conceivable that such a machine should produce different arrangements of words so as to give an appropriately meaningful answer to whatever is said in its presence, as even the dullest of men can do.

Category : Papers
Submitted : 6th, August 2008

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