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His “Computing Machinery and Intelligence” notably took up the question of a machine’s ability to think just as mechanical computing devices were undertaking more and more complex tasks, and it remains central to this ongoing debate.

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CBD, Interior fine; slight edge-wear, minor wear to extremities. COMPUTING MACHINERY AND INTELLIGENCE danger of circularity of argument. We avoid this by giving an outline of the means by which the desired effect is achieved. A digital computer can usually be regarded as consisting of three parts: (i) Store.

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Computing machinery and intelligence. Alan M. Turing. Mind 59 (October) () Abstract I propose to consider the question, "Can machines think?" This should begin with definitions of the meaning of the terms "machine" and "think." Similar books and articles.

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Sterrett - - Minds and. Along with Turing’s own paper “On Computable Numbers,” “Computing Machinery and Intelligence” is regarded as one of the foundational works on artificial intelligence. In MIND, A Quarterly Review of Psychology and Philosophy, Vol.

59, No.October,pp. New York: Thomas Nelson & Sons, Ltd., Author: Alan Turing. Abstract. The Turing Test has been part of the lexicon of artificial intelligence ever since Turing proposed it in his famous paper, “Computing Machinery and Intelligence” ().Close reading suggests, however, that Turing’s real purpose in writing the paper was, firstly, to attack the arguments of skeptics so as to establish that there is no reason to believe computers cannot be.

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59, No. (Oct., ), pp. The book is divided into five parts, each reflecting the stages of development of AI. The first part, Foundations, contains readings that present or discuss foundational ideas linking computation and intelligence, typified by A.

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Will computers and robots ever think and communicate the way humans do. When a computer crosses the threshold into self-consciousness, will it immediately jump into the Internet and create a World Mind. “ Computing Machinery and Intelligence ”, by Alan Turing We may hope that machines will eventually compete with men in all purely intellectual fields.

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Mind COMPUTING MACHINERY AND INTELLIGENCE By A. Turing 1. The Imitation Game I propose to consider the question, “Can machines think. ” This should begin with definitions of the meaning of. Many machines capable of taking over operations defined as thinking are possible, but digital computers can now do some of these operations and within 50 years will probably be able to do about anything the human mind can.

Contrary views, from theology, mathematics, self-consciousness, mechanical disability, ESP, the continuity of the nervous system, etc., are reviewed and dismissed.

It is. Computing Machinery and Intelligence, M pp () Published under the title Can a Machine Think, in volume 4 of The World of Mathematics, ed. James R. Newman, ppSimon & Schuster (). This has now been reprinted by Dover in this edition.

The Turing Test has been part of the lexicon of artificial intelligence ever since Turing proposed it in his famous paper, “Computing Machinery and Intelligence” (). By pointing out that we can't show that other people are conscious either b.

By pointing out evidence for the conclusion that machines are conscious. The implications of this view were exposed to a wider circle in his famous paper, “Computing Machinery and Intelligence,” which appeared in Mind in October The appearance of this paper, Turing's first foray into a journal of philosophy, was stimulated by his discussions at Manchester University with Michael Polanyi.

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Alan Turing's paper Computing Machinery and Intelligence has become one of the most cited in philosophical literature. It heads the list in David Chalmers' bibliography of the philosophy of Artificial Intelligence. Turing's paper is available here or here.

Excellent Wikipedia article. This discussion between Turing, Newman, R. Braithwaite, and G. Jefferson was recorded by the BBC on 10 January and broadcast on BBC Radio on the 14th, and again on the 23rd, of that month. This is the earliest known recorded discussion of artificial intelligence.

The anchor man of the discussion is Richard Braithwaite (–90). Braithwaite was at the time Sidgwick Lecturer in Moral.

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The Turing Test: Verbal Behavior as the Hallmark of Intelligence, The system can't. Turing's aim was to refute claims that aspects of human intelligence were in some mysterious way superior to the Artificial Intelligence (AI) that Turing machines might be programmed to manifest.

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Turing. Mathematician Alan Turing invented an imaginary computer known as the Turing Machine; in an age before computers, he explored the concept of what it meant to be computable, creating the field of computability theory in the process, a foundation of present-day computer Reviews: Computing Machinery and Intelligence.

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