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The Chinese Room – outline
The Chinese room can be mainly defined as the argument that holds a program cannot
give a computer a mind, consciousness or understanding regardless of how human-like the
program may make the machine to behave.
Turing test was developed to answer the question can a machine think? Turing presents
this test of thinking as sufficient thinking by using his imitation experiment. In operation, a
woman is put in one room, an interrogator in the separate bedroom and a machine in the third
Turing test and disability
One of the arguments from the limitation that is considered to be strong is that a machine
cannot do x, where x is the ability to enjoy ice cream, fall in love, make mistakes and display a
diversity of behaviors. In response to this, Turing argues that the argument is based on induction
that is generalized experience from the past.
The argument is considered to be strong because it is based on realities as far as machine
thinking is concerned. The debate brings light to the unseen factors that are not incorporated in
the test of which can make the test look false.
Searle Chinese room experiment
Searle Chinese experiment is meant to prove that strong Artificial Intelligence is false. He
uses three separate rooms with different Chinese speakers some speaking in English, Chinese
characters and Chinese stories.
Contrary to strong AI, no matter how intelligent-seeming a computer behaves and what
programming controls it, because the signs processed are meaningless to it, it is neither
intelligent nor thinking.
The objection from the system argues that the person locked in the Chinese room does
not understand the story but he is part of the system and the system does not understand the
Searle experiment conclusion
In the conclusion drawn by Searle about the experiment, one can agree with it besides
that it does not prove that the Turing test is a severe test for thinking.
The contrast between Dennett test...