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Turing Test: Can Machines Think?

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Published on Apr 26, 2020

Discussion of the 1950 paper by Alan Turing that proposed what is now called the Turing Test. This is one of the most impactful papers in the history of AI and the first paper in the AI paper club on our Discord. Join here: https://discord.gg/lex-ai

Slides for this video: https://bit.ly/2VIAp2R
References sheet: https://bit.ly/turing-test-paper
Lex + AI Podcast Discord: https://discord.gg/lex-ai

OUTLINE:
0:00 - Introduction
1:02 - Paper opening lines
3:11 - Paper overview
7:39 - Loebner Prize
11:36 - Eugene Goostman
13:43 - Google's Meena
17:17 - Objections to the Turing Test
17:29 - Objection 1: Religious
18:07 - Objection 2: "Heads in the Sand"
19:18 - Objection 3: Godel Incompleteness Theorem
19:51 - Objection 4: Consciousness
20:54 - Objection 5: Machines will never do X
21:47 - Objection 6: Ada Lovelace
23:22 - Objection 7: Brain in analog
23:49 - Objection 8: Determinism
24:55 - Objection 9: Mind-reading
26:34 - Chinese Room thought experiment
27:21 - Coffee break
31:42 - Turing Test extensions and alternatives
36:54 - Winograd Schema Challenge
38:55 - Alexa Prize
41:17 - Hutter Prize
43:18 - Francois Chollet's Abstraction and Reasoning Challenge (ARC)
49:32 - Takeaways
56:51 - Discord community
57:56 - AI Paper Reading Club

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