On Fri, Aug 16, 2013 at 11:04 AM, Telmo Menezes <te...@telmomenezes.com>wrote:
> I don't really find the Turing Test that meaningful, to be honest.
I am certain that in your like you have met some people that you consider
brilliant and some that are as dumb as a sack full of doorknobs, if it's
not the Turing test how did you differentiate the geniuses from the
> I find it a much more worthwhile endeavour to create a machine that can
> understand what we mean
And the only way you can tell if a machine (or another human being)
understands what you mean or not is by observing the subsequent behavior.
> like a human does, without the need to convince us that it has human
Some humans are VERY good at convincing other humans that they have certain
emotions when they really don't, like actors or con-men; evolution has
determined that skillful lying can be useful.
John K Clark
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