On Wed, Aug 14, 2013 at 7:09 PM, Chris de Morsella <cdemorse...@yahoo.com>wrote:
> When will a computer pass the Turing Test? Are we getting close? Here is
> what the CEO of Google says: “Many people in AI believe that we’re close to
> [a computer passing the Turing Test] within the next five years,” said Eric
> Schmidt, Executive Chairman, Google, speaking at The Aspen Institute on
> July 16, 2013.
> It could be. Five years ago I would have said we were a very long way from
any computer passing the Turing Test, but then I saw Watson and its
incredible performance on Jeopardy. And once a true AI comes into
existence it will turn ALL scholarly predictions about what the future will
be like into pure nonsense, except for the prediction that we can't make
predictions that are worth a damn after that point.
John K Clark
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