From: Mikko Särelä (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Jan 17 2006 - 23:55:51 MST
On Tue, 17 Jan 2006, Ben Heaton wrote:
> On 1/17/06, Woody Long <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Precisely. And that is why I have proposed the Searle Chinese Room
> > Test for machine consciousness. The CPU must "understand" the incoming
> > Chinese talk it is translating into English, and the resulting
> > English, in the same way humans do, where this is taken to mean "as it
> > is received by human level consciousness." Then (and only then) it
> > can be called for all intents and purposes a conscious machine.
> So you're saying that for a machine to be conscious, it must understand
> the input it receives. Do you have an idea for a test that can be used
> to determine whether a particular machine meets that requirement?
And what is the definition of understanding? What does it mean?
-- Mikko Särelä http://thoughtsfromid.blogspot.com/ "Happiness is not a destination, but a way of travelling." Aristotle
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