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In one sits a man A and a woman B. In the other sits an interrogator C who must determine which of the other two is the man and which is the woman through a series of typewritten communication . In critiquing his new problem, Turing was satisfied with the clear line drawn between physical and intellectual capacities of humans by the separation of rooms and use of written communication. Putting yourself in that headspace where this analogy was required is humbling. He noted that the idea of a digital computer is an old one, referencing the various Analytical Engine designs produced by Charles Babbage up until his death in Although mechanical in design, he found the ideas of no less importance.
I propose to consider the question, "Can machines think?" This should begin with definitions of the meaning of the terms "machine" and "think." The definitions.
The Turing Test
The paper, published in in Mind , was the first to introduce his concept of what is now known as the Turing test to the general public. Turing's paper considers the question "Can machines think? Rather than trying to determine if a machine is thinking, Turing suggests we should ask if the machine can win a game, called the " Imitation Game ". The original Imitation game that Turing described is a simple party game involving three players. Player A is a man, player B is a woman and player C who plays the role of the interrogator can be of either sex.
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Copeland finds an anticipation of the test in the writings of the Cartesian de Cordemoy. In the Discourse , Descartes says:. Although not everything about this passage is perfectly clear, it does seem that Descartes gives a negative answer to the question whether machines can think; and, moreover, it seems that his giving this negative answer is tied to his confidence that no mere machine could pass The Turing Test: no mere machine could talk and act in the way in which adult human beings do.