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Electrical impulses fire through the brain at high speeds lighting up the dark recesses and grooves within to produce what we call intelligent thought For centuries humans have grasped onto our notion of intelligence as belonging to us and us alone However as we wave goodbye to the 20th century and begin our long trek into the new millenium our ideas of what is considered to be intelligence are rapidly changing With the birth of the computer age we have created what is considered by many as artificial intelligence What makes some people believe the computers we have constructed have this thing called artificial intelligence One man Turing says a computer has reached a level of intelligence when it is capable of fooling a human into thinking the computer is also a human When one looks closely at what Turing has to say for the case of AI it is clear to see that his test proves nothing This test for intelligence has been dubbed by many as the Turing Test and the process is amazingly simple A human also known as the Interrogator converses with either another person or a computer who is situated in another room The Interrogator has no idea what they are speaking to Through the conversation which is happening via computer the Interrogator is supposed to conclude whether or not they are speaking with a computer or a human If the computer fools the Interrogator into thinking it was another person then it has won the test and is deemed intelligent Turings argument is essentially valid He argues that if something can fool a human being it must possess some form of intelligence It can be accepted by many people that if Bob could fool a person into believing something which is not true then Bob must be smarter or have more intelligence than the person whom he fooled If that could be said for Bob than why
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