Turing test

1950

Turing test

The book of science

Tom Sharp

Alan Turing philosophy of science

Turing test

Nine objections

Thinking

In his paper “Computing Machinery and Intelligence,” Alan Turing answered nine objects to his assertion that computers could some day imitate humans.

Computer intelligence does not require the ability to piss, spit, or dance en pointe. Biological creatures have their own blessings and curses that machines will not need to reproduce.

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