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Engines of creation - and the people who build them

作者:弘剜夼    发布时间:2018-01-20 02:00:47    

Hikupic/Alamy Stock Photo By Douglas Heaven Alan Turing saw it coming. “Machines take me by surprise with great frequency,” he wrote in “Computing machinery and intelligence” – the same 1950 paper that begins “I propose to ask the question ‘Can machines think?’” and goes on to set down the rules of an Imitation Game, or what we call the Turing Test, designed to get the measure of an artificial intelligence. Turing was pushing back against the idea that computers could do nothing more than what they were instructed to do. Despite his arguments,

 

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