Would you consider this? Passing the Turing Test?

Discussion in 'Intelligence & Machines' started by WilHolland, Feb 12, 2005.

  1. WilHolland Registered Member

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    Would you consider this? Passing the Test? For over ten years, I have been working on a method of semantic interpretation that applies in any situation. Using this method, I believe that a software program can pass the Turing Test. The book, "How to Design a Universal Artificial Intelligence," is currently online, in its entirety, and I am requesting your review of this work. This is it; this is real; this is a working counterpart program.


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  3. Dinosaur Rational Skeptic Valued Senior Member

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    Why should anybody bother to review your lengthy paper? When you write the program and have it take the test, publish the results.
     
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  5. Xerxes asdfghjkl Valued Senior Member

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    Well, I skimmed it, and from what I can tell unless you have a reason for excluding math its just a bunch of pseudoscience that builds itself up like a deck of cards. Your 'theory' will collapse under any real weight.

    Take for example this:
    " In the first twenty years of life, a human assimilates information and information-handling functions from elders, so that he or she can begin solving life’s problems on his or her own. "-pg 69

    First, an attempt to quantify something that continues to baffle scientists, followed by a semi-legitamite conclusion(think deck of cards). The argument just isn't concrete.

    Hate to say it man, but your paper reads like a glamourized run-on sentence.
     
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  7. cosmictraveler Be kind to yourself always. Valued Senior Member

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    "I have been working on a method of semantic interpretation that applies in any situation."

    That will never happen for there are to many variables in any given situation.
     

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