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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Turing Test & Intelligence. Turing’s Goal. Alan Turing, Computing Machinery and Intelligence, 1950: Can machines think? How could we tell?. Turing’s Agenda.
The Turing Test: Simulating Intelligence. Alan Turing ( 1912-1954). The Turing machine and the mathematization of the notion computable function The halting problem Colossus & breaking the Enigma code ACE: England’s first large scale general computing machine
Turing Test. From http://www.kurzweilcyberart.com/poetry/rkcp_akindofturingtest.php3. 1. is beauty itself that they were walking there. All along the new world naked, cold, familiar wind -. 2. Pink confused with white flowers and flowers reversed take and spill the shaded flame
Turing test. For assessing machine intelligence. The components. A computer (machine) running an AI program (put in a room) This is the machine that “sitting for the test” Another computer with a human answering the questions (to be asked by an interrogator)
The Turing Test. What Is Turing Test?. A person and a computer, being separated in two rooms, answer the tester’s questions on-line. If the interrogator cannot tell whether he/she is talking to is a person or a computer, then the computer is viewed to be as intelligent as the person.
The Turing Test. Conversational AI and the Loebner Prize Competition. Jen Brandner for CSCI 405. What is a Turing Test?. It all started with A. M. Turing’s 1950 paper “Computing Machinery and Intelligence.”
Data on Trial: Artificial Intelligence and the Turing Test. Minds & Machines. Can Machines Think? The Behavioral Repertoire Argument. Arguments for the possibility of thinking machines (or intelligent computers) often take the following form:
Turing Test and Gullibility. Matjaž Gams, Lana Zemljak, Vesna Koricki-Špetič, Blaž Mahnič Institut “ Jo ž ef Stefan ”. Important years. 1912 - birth 1936 – Turing machine 1932-42 - Enigma 1950 – birth of AI, Turing test 1954 - death 2007 - Donald Michie died