Turing Test BCUSP 193: Objections to the Turing Test By voiggerve / February 25, 2013 This is a presentation I made for my philosophy class. It covers Searle’s Chinese Room and Block’s Conversational Jukebox. You may also like Turing Test: A Kearby Chess Film (Part One) By Appoldlob / June 17, 2013 Turing Test #outofthisworld By MrJasonStar / June 5, 2013 'The Machine' review: a stylish indie sci-fi thriller about humanity's obsolesence By eridari / May 17, 2013 Google gets smarter with Wavii acquisition By Hardraitmig / May 3, 2013 Turing or not Turing… By Preattenast / April 30, 2013 Post navigation Internet Marketing Agency Ajax Union Showcases New ECommerce Marketing …Hacker immortalizes The Pirate Bay with 2M torrent archive 1 thought on “BCUSP 193: Objections to the Turing Test” Turing didn’t say it was, or would be, intelligent. That was the point. What he said was that you needed to get away from the idea of defining the term “intelligence”. His point was that it a computer passsed the Turing test it didn’t matter it it was truly “intelligent” or not. It is a black box that you don’t need to look inside. In other words he turned it from a semantic argument to a pragmatic test. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.