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Phil1November 14 - November 14, 2007 Paper due two weeks...

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November 14, 2007 Paper due two weeks from today 1) The Scope of Searle’s Criticisms of Strong AI a. Other views that are challenged by Searle’s criticisms b. Turing’s Thesis : Passing the Turing Test with respect to some linguistic behavior TYPE B is sufficient for being intelligent with respect to B. i. Passing the test is sufficient for being intelligent in respect to that behavior ii. A corollary to Turing’s Thesis: If a competent human judge cannot distinguish between the linguistic behavior exhibited by a nonhuman physical system and a competent human, then the human is intelligent with respect to B if and only if the non human physical system is. c. Functionalism*: For all x and for all y, if x is functionally identical to y, then x has cognitive state C if and only if y has C i. X and y are functionally identical: given an input o type A, x provides as output of type B if and only if y provides B as output. ii.
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