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Title Parsing the Turing test : philosophical and methodological issues in the quest for the thinking computer / edited by Robert Epstein, Gray Roberts and Grace Beber
Published Dordrecht ; London : Springer, [2009]
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Contents The Quest for the Thinking Computer; Alan Turing and the Turing Test; Computing Machinery and Intelligence; Commentary on Turing's "Computing Machinery and Intelligence"; The Turing Test; If I Were Judge; Turing on the "Imitation Game"; On the Nature of Intelligence; Turing's Test; The Turing Test: 55 Years Later; Doing Justice to the Imitation Game; How to Hold a Turing Test Contest; The Anatomy of A.L.I.C.E.; The Social Embedding of Intelligence; How My Program Passed the Turing Test; Building a Machine Smart Enough to Pass the Turing Test; Mind as Space; Can People Think? Or Machines?
Summary 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? This is an exploration of both the philosophical and methodological issues surrounding the search for true artificial intelligence
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and author index
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Subject Artificial intelligence.
Artificial intelligence -- Philosophy.
Form Electronic book
Author Epstein, Robert S. (Robert Samuel)
Roberts, Gary, Ph.D.
Beber, Grace.
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