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Parsing the Turing Test

Philosophical and Methodological Issues in the Quest for the Thinking Computer

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Parsing the Turing Test is a landmark exploration of both the philosophical and methodological issues surrounding the search for true artificial intelligence. Will computers a


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Inhoudsopgave:
Foreword vii
Acknowledgments ix
Introduction xi
About the Editors xxiii
Part I Setting the Stage
Chapter 1 The Quest for the Thinking Computer
3
Robert Epstein
Chapter 2 Alan Turing and the Turing Test
13
Andrew Hodges
Chapter 3 Computing Machinery and Intelligence
23
Alan M. Turing
Chapter 4 Commentary on Turing`s `Computing Machinery and Intelligence`
67
John Lucas
Part II The Ongoing Philosophical Debate
Chapter 5 The Turing Test: Mapping and Navigating the Debate
73
Robert E. Horn
Chapter 6 If I Were Judge
89
Selmer Bringsjord
Chapter 7 Turing on the `Imitation Game`
103
Noam Chomsky
Chapter 8 On the Nature of Intelligence: Turing, Church, von Neumann, and the Brain
107
Paul M. Churchland
Chapter 9 Turing`s Test: A Philosophical and Historical Guide
119
Jack Copeland and Diane Proudfoot
Chapter 10 The Turing Test: 55 Years Later
139
John R. Searle
Chapter 11 Doing Justice to the Imitation Game: A Farewell to Formalism
151
Jean Lass e
Part III The New Methodological Debates
Chapter 12 How to Hold a Turing Test Contest
173
Hugh Loebner
Chapter 13 The Anatomy of A.L.I.C.E
181
Richard S. Wallace
Chapter 14 The Social Embedding of Intelligence: Towards Producing a Machine that Could Pass the Turing Test
211
Bruce Edmonds
Chapter 15 How My Program Passed the Turing Test
237
Mark Humphrys
Chapter 16 Building a Machine Smart Enough to Pass the Turing Test: Could We, Should We, Will We?
261
Douglas B. Lenat
Chapter 17 Mind as Space: Toward the Automatic Discovery of a Universal Human Semantic-affective Hyperspace A Possible Subcognitive Foundation of a Computer Program Able to Pass the Turing Test
283
Chris McKinstry
Chapter 18 Can People Think? Or Machines? A Unified Protocol for Turing Testing
301
Stuart Watt
Chapter 19 The Turing Hub as a Standard for Turing Test Interfaces
319
Robby Garner
Chapter 20 Conversation Simulation and Sensible Surprises
325
Jason L. Hutchens
Chapter 21 A Computational Behaviorist Takes Turing`s Test
343
Thomas E. Whalen
Chapter 22 Bringing AI to Life: Putting Today`s Tools and Resources to Work
359
Kevin L. Copple
Chapter 23 Laplace, Turing and the `Imitation Game` Impossible Geometry: Randomness, Determinism and Programs in Turing`s Test
377
Giuseppe Longo
Chapter 24 Going Under Cover: Passing as Human; Artificial Interest: A Step on the Road to AI
413
Michael L. Mauldin
Chapter 25 How not to Imitate a Human Being: An Essay on Passing the Turing Test
431
Luke Pellen
Chapter 26 Who Fools Whom? The Great Mystification, or Methodological Issues on Making Fools of Human Beings
447
Eugene Demchenko and Vladimir Veselov
Part IV Afterthoughts on Thinking Machines
Chapter 27 A Wager on the Turing Test
463
Ray Kurzweil and Mitchell Kapor
Chapter 28 The Gnirut Test
479
Charles Platt
Chapter 29 The Artilect Debate: Why Build Superhuman Machines, and Why Not?
487
Hugo De Garis and Sam Halioris
Name Index 511
Extra informatie: 
Hardback
517 pagina's
Januari 2008
1043 gram
241 x 159 x 25 mm
Springer-Verlag New York Inc. gb

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