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Unformatted text preview: 12 Oct. 2009 Imitation Game 2 Test Anxiety Mark Rosenfelder, Crib Notes for the Turing Test. 12 Oct. 2009 11 Imitation Game 2 12 Oct. 2009 Imitation Game 2 Turing vs. Descartes Descartes: Machine as a model for understanding humans. : I think therefore I am (self-referential) Turing Test: Human as the measure for thinking machines. : You think I think therefore I do (social) 12 Oct. 2009 22 Imitation Game 2 12 Oct. 2009 Imitation Game 2 You dont know The essence of the soul of man and animals is, and will always be, as mysterious as the essence of matter and bodies. I would go even further and say that the soul separated from the body by abstraction is like matter considered without any form. It cannot be conceived.-- La Mettrie, Treatise on the Soul (43) You don't know what happened. You really don't know. You may think you know, but you don't know. And you never will.-- noted philosopher Jim Mora (then coach of the New Orleans Saints) 12 Oct. 2009 33 Imitation Game 2 12 Oct. 2009 Imitation Game 2 1. Can a machine do human things as well as a human? 2. Can a machine be more Ray Kurzweil, The Age of Spiritual Machines (New York: Viking, 1999): 156. 12 Oct. 2009 44 Imitation Game 2 12 Oct. 2009 Imitation Game 2 Dr. Loebner pledged a Grand Prize of $100,000 and a Gold Medal for the first computer whose responses were indistinguishable from a human's. Such a computer can be said to think. . . . The winner of the annual contest is the best entry relative to other entries that year, irrespective of how good it is in an absolute sense.-- Loebner Prize website. 12 Oct. 2009 55 Imitation Game 2 12 Oct. 2009 Imitation Game 2 RoboCup Robo-Pong Hondas Asimo plays jazz 12 Oct. 2009 66 Imitation Game 2 12 Oct. 2009 Imitation Game 2 A key challenge for the next generation of autonomous robots is the reliable and...
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