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Click to edit Master subtitle style CECS 230 Spring 2010
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Artificial Intelligence Very BAD definition: Programming a computer to solve problems like a human. Very good definition:_______________
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Turing Test
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Turing Test - cont Interface is text only Questions must be limited to a specific domain The human responder is an expert in the domain If the subject cannot discern if the answers are from a machine or a
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Objections to the Turing Test Lady Lovelace’s objection: ___________ ________________________________ Head in the sand objection: __________ ________________________________ Mechanical objection: ______________ ________________________________ Extra Sensory objection: ____________ ________________________________ Theological objection: ______________ ________________________________
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Farmer, Wolf, Goat, Cabbage Row boat will only carry 2 items. Farmer must be in boat.
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