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Doing Justice to the Imitation Game ; a farewell to formalism

Abstract : Doing justice to the Imitation Game implies showing first that the formalist interpretation misses some crucial points in Turing's line of thought and secondly that the 1950 paper should not be understood as the Magna Charta of strong Artificial Intelligence but as a work in progress focused on the notion of Form.
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Jean Lassègue. Doing Justice to the Imitation Game ; a farewell to formalism. The Turing Test Sourcebook, Kluwer, pp.1-19, 2003. ⟨halshs-00000837⟩



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