What Question Would Turing Pose Today?

@article{Grosz2012WhatQW,
  title={What Question Would Turing Pose Today?},
  author={Barbara J. Grosz},
  journal={AI Magazine},
  year={2012},
  volume={33},
  pages={73-81}
}
gence,” which appeared in the journal Mind in October 1950, Alan Turing proposes to replace the philosophical question “Can machines think?” with an operational, behavioral one. The question of whether machines could think was on many people’s minds even in the infancy of computing machines.1 To avoid the need to define intelligence or thinking, terms that he uses interchangeably, Turing asks whether there are “imaginable digital computers which would do well” in a game he defines and calls… CONTINUE READING
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