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Faith in the Algorithm, Part 1: Beyond the Turing Test

@article{Rodriguez2009FaithIT,
  title={Faith in the Algorithm, Part 1: Beyond the Turing Test},
  author={Michael A. Rodriguez and Alberto Pepe},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2009},
  volume={abs/0903.0200}
}
Since the Turing test was first proposed by Alan Turing in 1950, the primary goal of artificial intelligence has been predicated on the ability for computers to imitate human behavior. However, the majority of uses for the computer can be said to fall outside the domain of human abilities and it is exactly outside of this domain where computers have demonstrated their greatest contribution to intelligence. Another goal for artificial intelligence is one that is not predicated on human mimicry… 
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