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the Turing test and intelligence

Karl Lashley, after studying the unit of memory for thirty years, supposedly stated that he was not even sure whether the engram (unit of memory) even existed.

Some still imagine that it is as yet not possible to define intelligence. After much study, I do have some idea of the nature of intelligence, but ‘intelligence’ is a most complex issue (see also ‘intelligence’: misuse and abuse of statistics). In the process of my studies, I have picked up clues and various insights from a wide variety of sources, many of which I can not immediately remember. So, in advance, apologies to any unacknowledged originators upon whose shoulders I sit.
Category : Turing Test
Submitted :  6th, August 2008