Adam Drozdek

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The concept of interlingua is of seventeenth century provenance, and it gained the attention of computer scientists in the context of MT. The idea was that if there are <i>n</i> source languages (SLs) then <i>n</i>(<i>n</i>-1) algorithms are required to translate each SL to every SL, except itself. Having an interlingua (IL), only(More)
The Turing Test (TT) is criticised for various reasons, one being that it is limited to testing only human-like intelligence. We can read, for example, that ‘TT is testing humanity, not intelligence,’ (Fostel, 1993), that TT is ‘a test for human intelligence, not intelligence in general,’ (French, 1990), or that a perspective assumed by TT is parochial,(More)
Steady technological and economic progress gives science and the scientific method a distinguished position in today's culture. Therefore, there may be an impression that areas not belonging to science may hamper this progress of humanity. The views of Dean E. Wooldridge exemplify this position. The only hope is seen in the rational dimension of man in(More)
The paper discusses several issues of Solovyov’s ontology and theology including the metaphysics of all-unity ; original but contentious doctrine of creation ; the problem of the Fall and the restoration of all-unity ; the problem of the omnipresence of consciousness. ______________________ he question of the one and the many is one of the most important(More)
The question whether or not computers can think was first asked in print by Alan Turing in his seminal 1950 article. In order to avoid defining what a computer is or what thinking is, Turing resorts to “the imitation game” which is a test that allows us to determine whether or not a machine can think. That is, if an interrogator is unable to tell whether(More)
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