The Turing Test is Dead. Long Live The Lovelace Test – Walter Bradley Center for Natural and Artificial Intelligence

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The Turing test, developed by Alan Turing in 1950, is a test of a machines ability to exhibit intelligent behaviour indistinguishable from a human. Many think that Turings proposal for intelligence, especially creativity, has been proven inadequate. Is the Lovelace test a better alternative? Robert J. Marks and Dr. Selmer Bringsjord discuss the Turing test, the Lovelace test, and machine creativity.

Mind Matters features original news and analysis at the intersection of artificial and natural intelligence. Through articles and podcasts, it explores issues, challenges, and controversies relating to human and artificial intelligence from a perspective that values the unique capabilities of human beings. Mind Matters is published by the Walter BradleyCenter for Natural and Artificial Intelligence.

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