On 9/30/2013 5:05 AM, Telmo Menezes wrote:
Even under functionalist assumptions, I still find the Turing test to
be misguided because it require the machine to lie, while a human can
pass it by telling the truth.
Actually Turing already thought of this. If you read his paper you find that the test is
not as usually proposed. Turing's test was whether an person communicating with a
computer pretending to be a woman and a man pretending to be a woman, would be fooled as
to which was which.
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