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Don't have an account? Sign in via your Institution. Sign in with your library card. Search within In This Article 1. The Turing Test 1. The Imitation Game 1. Objections to the Test 1. Fiendish Experts 2. The Chinese Room Argument 2. The Argument 2. The Part-Of Principle 2. The Chinese Gym 2. Wittgenstein and the CRA 3. Computers and Computers 3. Narrow versus Wide Mechanism 3. Narrow Mechanism and the Foundations of AI 3. Hyper-Nets and the Chinese Gym 3.
Wide Mechanism and the Finiteness of the Universe 4. The Futurists 4. Singularitarianism and the Future of AI 5.
Behavioral Modeling and Decision-making in AI
Kurzweil's Law 5. Objections to Kurzweil's Singularitarianism 5. Artificial Intelligence or Make-Believe Intelligence? Conclusion References Notes. Related Content Functionalism Cognitive Science. Abstract and Keywords In this article the central philosophical issues concerning human-level artificial intelligence AI are presented. Jack Copeland B. Brajnik and D. Clancy, Focusing qualitative simulation using temporal logic: theoretical foundations, in  pp. Brusoni, L. Console, P. Terenziani and B. CrossRef Google Scholar. Cervesato, L. Chittaro and A. Montanari, A modal calculus of partially ordered events in a logic programming framework, in: Proc.
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