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the argument from reason

the argument from reason

the argument from reason. leibniz’s law arguments. All Fs are G. o is not G. o is not an F. the argument from doubt. All material bodies are such that I can doubt their existence. I am not such that I can doubt my existence. I am not a material body. the argument from reason.

By glora
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Turing Machines (11.5) Longin Jan Latecki Temple University

Turing Machines (11.5) Longin Jan Latecki Temple University

Turing Machines (11.5) Longin Jan Latecki Temple University. Based on slides by Costas Busch from the course http://www.cs.rpi.edu/courses/spring05/modcomp/ and …. Models of computing. DFA - regular languages Push down automata - Context-free Bounded Turing M’s - Context sensitive

By rashad
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Animal Intelligence

Animal Intelligence

Plamena Batchkarova. Animal Intelligence. Today's presentation. Important experiments - Washoe - Alex. The Washoe project. Gardner, R.A. & B.T.- 1966 Two approaches to animals Consider the nature of cognition Teach them human language ASL vs vocal language

By urbana
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Thinking Computers

Thinking Computers

Thinking Computers. Varol Akman Bilkent University Computer Engineering and Philosophy 6 April 2005 Boğaziçi University Cognitive Sciences Graduate Program. Donald Davidson (1917-2003).

By remedy
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TURNING

TURNING

TURNING. EMPIRICAL TESTS FOR “THOUGHT” ?. Alan Turing (1912 – 1954). Mathematician Created concept of computation before computers Code breaker War hero Victim of prejudice. The Imitation Game. Three people, A (man), B (woman), C (interrogator).

By edmund
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How do minds work?

How do minds work?

How do minds work?. What does it mean to think? Can airplanes fly? Can submarines swim? Can computers think?. What is the relation between mind and brain?. Traditional view: Locke

By ifama
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Considering identity through qualitative imitation game data

Considering identity through qualitative imitation game data

Considering identity through qualitative imitation game data. Local understandings of sexuality, race, and other social identities. Andrew Bartlett BartlettA@Cardiff.ac.uk & Jennifer Lyttleton-Smith SmithJR 1 @Cardiff.ac.uk School of Social Sciences Cardiff University.

By kendall
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Turing Test & Intelligence

Turing Test & Intelligence

Turing Test & Intelligence. Turing’s Goal. Alan Turing, Computing Machinery and Intelligence, 1950: Can machines think? How could we tell?. Turing’s Agenda.

By athena-lawrence
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TheImitationGameByJimOttaviani-fulldownloadebookpdf

TheImitationGameByJimOttaviani-fulldownloadebookpdf

TheImitationGameByJimOttaviani-fulldownloadebookpdf

By SaifulIslam
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Computing Machinery And Intelligence

Computing Machinery And Intelligence

Computing Machinery And Intelligence. Alan Turing, Quiz edition. How does Turing propose to answer the question “Can machines think?”.

By nathangreen
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CSE 473: Artificial Intelligence Autumn 2014

CSE 473: Artificial Intelligence Autumn 2014

CSE 473: Artificial Intelligence Autumn 2014. Introduction & Agents. Dan Weld. With slides from Dan Klein, Stuart Russell, Andrew Moore, Luke Zettlemoyer. Course Logistics. Textbook: Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach, Russell and Norvig (3 rd ed) Prerequisites:

By munozb
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Lecture 1

Lecture 1

Lecture 1. Introduction to knowledge-base intelligent systems. Intelligent machines, or what machines can do The history of artificial intelligence or from the “Dark Ages” to knowledge-based systems Summary. Intelligent machines, or what machines can do.

By aprilcurry
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