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    The Turing Test

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    Turing Test--The beginning of Artificial Intelligence In the past half century, Turing Test is being a controversial barrier in the study of artificial intelligence. The AI program cannot achieve the satisfactory standing due to the restriction of computing chip and storage, the limits of programming language, and the lack of creativity, which leads to an insoluble result. With the continuous development of science and technology, most problems will be solved in the future. However, some issues should be taking into seriously consideration, such as ethics and morality. Furthermore, what is the balance of human and AI? Should we admit that the AI program is smarter than human beings? Or is the AI totally controllable? Though the current AI program…

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    Theories Of Functionalism

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    The two most commonly cited criticisms of the turing test are: The Chinese Room criticism and the Blockhead criticism. 2 The Chinese Room argument closely relates to the Turing test. Published by John Searle in 1932, the thought experience describes a situation where Searle is locked in a room and is then passed Chinese characters under the door. Searle does not understand any Chinese, but by manipulating symbols and numerals and matching them with the symbols and numerals he has in the room,…

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    and output back out of the room. This experiment would appear to pass a Turing Test conducted in Chinese as a native Chinese speaker outside the room would be deceived into thinking he was communicating with someone who genuinely understands Chinese inside the room. Thus, understanding the meaning behind the task is not automatically inferred by the machine and it is not necessary for it to complete the task. Searle’s argument does bring a valid criticism of the Turing Test in that the test…

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    Ex-Machina Analysis

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    Ex-Machina Alex Garland’s Ex-Machina explores the difficulty of determining consciousness within artificial intelligence. Nathan, a genius, constructs a machine that can be conscious. He recruits Caleb, one of his many employees, to proctor it. This test seems to constantly go through modifications. It goes from whether Caleb feels she is conscious, through a Turing test, to what Ava actually feels about Caleb. Nathan infers that her emotions are the key to proving her consciousness. Ava…

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    The Imitation Game was developed in 1950 by Alan Turing. The goal of the game is to proof that a machine can think. In the game the interrogator must determine which one of the participants is a human and which one is the machine. He states that if a machine passes the test, there will be no question that the machine is undeniably thinking. He rises the argument of consciousness, the objection of Lady Lovelace’s, his responses and leave as with the question if the test is a good way to tell if a…

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    The Turing Test: What Does it Accomplish? The growth of technology over the past several decades has brought about immense inquiry regarding the intelligence, awareness, and consciousness of computers and other forms of technology. From the Jetsons, and Star Wars, to iRobot and Westworld, society has been enthralled with the potentiality of computers possessing human-like qualities; or even having the ability to think on their own. Decades before the growth of technology and the development…

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    Chinese. The native Chinese speaker would have no idea that there was a switch between the human who doesn’t know how to speak Chinese and the computer who translates and responds in Chinese because the Chinese speaker would not be able to distinguish the difference based on the responses. This means that the computer is working identically to how the non-speaker is working, just sending and receiving information, not fully understanding the language. Alan Turing stated that if a computer can…

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    John Searle argues in his article “Minds, Brains, and Computers,” that computationalism is a false logic that fails to explain the mind. In doing so, Searle distinguishes between two modes of artificial intelligence(AI)—the strong and weak AI. Searle acknowledges that the weak AI hypothesis, which claims that digital computers are merely powerful tools, could potentially be correct. However, Searle objects the strong AI hypothesis because it claims that appropriately programmed computer is not…

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    The Turing test tries to answer the question “whether machines can think?” It is also called as an imitation game. The Turing test tries to compare the intelligence of a machine with an intelligence of human as a reference. It was conducted in following steps: • A machine and a human are placed in distinct rooms apart from the second human being who will be acting as an interrogator. • Interrogator is allowed to ask different questions of any type to a machine and a human being in a written…

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    Machines in The Turing Test In the words of Dr. Cynthia Breazeal, the creator of Kismet, one of the first social robots, “Robots are really intriguing social technologies. They touch something deeply human within us.” Yet, in Chris Beckett’s The Turing Test, Jess feels “uneasy” around her new personal assistant, Ellie. Her constant request “to copy myself from time to time to others in your address book” (Beckett 7) seems “pushy”. However, we must consider the fact that, while, Dr. Cynthia…

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