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'Quantum Linguistics' and Searle's Chinese Room Argument [chapter]

John Mark Bishop, Slawomir J. Nasuto, Bob Coecke
2013 Studies in Applied Philosophy, Epistemology and Rational Ethics  
Viewed in the light of the remarkable performance of 'Watson' -IBMs proprietary artificial intelligence computer system capable of answering questions posed in natural language -on the US general knowledge  ...  quiz show 'Jeopardy', we review two experiments on formal systems -one in the domain of quantum physics, the other involving a pictographic languaging game -whereby behaviour seemingly characteristic  ...  For a broad selection of essays detailing these and other critical arguments see Preston and Bishop's edited collection 'Views into the Chinese room' [2] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-31674-6_2 dblp:series/sapere/BishopNC13 fatcat:ykixz3cvurbmpdqkhwnxoskfcq

Can the Machine Understand: An Evidence Based Approach to the Chinese Room

Keiland Wade Cooper
2018 IU Journal of Undergraduate Research  
In this essay, I explore one of the most famous critiques of the thinking machine, Searle's Chinese room, by breaking down his argument into two claims of varying scope.  ...  I conclude that Searle may have been too quick to judge the abilities of computers, and that a claim that any digital computer cannot understand is much too strong.  ...  Few arguments against this strong Artificial Intelligence (AI), as it is called, are as famous and thought provoking as the Chinese Room argument posited by Searle in his 1980 paper, Minds, Brains, and  ... 
doi:10.14434/iujur.v4i1.24547 fatcat:z5pmb7z7jrd7jjdpl44alpaxw4

How Helen Keller used syntactic semantics to escape from a Chinese Room

William J. Rapaport
2007 Minds and Machines  
This essay investigates the nature of Chinese Rooms and how to escape from them.  ...  This essay considers real-life approximations of Chinese Rooms, focusing on Helen Keller's experiences growing up deaf and blind, locked in a sort of Chinese Room yet learning how to communicate with the  ...  Acknowledgments An ancestor of this essay was originally written around 1992, was discussed in my seminar in Spring 1993 on "Semantics, Computation, and Cognition" at SUNY Buffalo, and first appeared in  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11023-007-9054-6 fatcat:oosor2l5fnhfband6b2xc4g544

Russell's Objections to Frege's Theory of Sense and Reference

J. R. Searle
1958 Analysis  
Consciousness in Philosophy and  ...  Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science, Vol.l., Machine Intelligence, Andy Clark and Josefa Toribo (eds.), New York and London: Garland Publishing, 1998.  ...  .), Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1991. (59) "The Chinese Room Revisited", response to further commentaries on "Minds, Brains and Programs," The Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 5, No.2, 1982. (60  ... 
doi:10.1093/analys/18.6.137 fatcat:x57wu5n66rhlxbb6e53mt3g4zu

Russell's Objections to Frege's Theory of Sense and Reference

John R. Searle
1958 Analysis  
Consciousness in Philosophy and  ...  Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science, Vol.l., Machine Intelligence, Andy Clark and Josefa Toribo (eds.), New York and London: Garland Publishing, 1998.  ...  .), Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1991. (59) "The Chinese Room Revisited", response to further commentaries on "Minds, Brains and Programs," The Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 5, No.2, 1982. (60  ... 
doi:10.2307/3326570 fatcat:mcrlrpoosfaytgfxjzcoyltq5q

The mind's new labels?: Review of R.A. Wilson and F.C. Keil (Eds.), The MIT Encyclopedia of the Cognitive Sciences☆☆MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 1999. 1312 pages. Price US$ 149.95 (Cloth). ISBN 0-262-23200-6. CD-ROM. Price US$ 149.95. ISBN 0-262-73124-X

Donald M. Peterson
2001 Artificial Intelligence  
Links between topics and between contributing disciplines are emphasised by extensive crossreferencing, and by the introductory essays on Philosophy, Psychology, Neurosciences, Computational Intelligence  ...  The second has produced valuable interaction between the disciplines of psychology, philosophy, artificial intelligence, linguistics and neuroscience.  ...  Turing), Ulric Neisser (on Ecological Psychology), John Searle (on the Chinese Room Argument), Herbert Simon (on Allen Newell, Problem Solving and Production Systems), Paul Smolensky (on Connectionist  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0004-3702(01)00100-x fatcat:sjichbybwfcsheqofw7eqvoc7u

Book review: Mind Design II Philosophy, Psychology, and Artificial Intelligence John Haugeland, editor (A 5radford Book The MIT Press Cambridge, MA, 1997 476 pp. ISBN 0-262-58t53-1 (paper) $t9.50 tSBN 0-262-08259-4 (cloth) $40.00)

Varol Akman
1998 ACM SIGART Bulletin  
Complexity and the Study of Artificial and Human Intelligence (by Zenon Pylyshyn) 4. Artificial Intelligence --A Personal View (by David Marr) 5.  ...  In this paper, Searle devises his now famous Chinese Room --a thought experiment directed to the claims of what he calls "strong" AI.  ...  A rtificial Intelligence and Mobile Robots is a compilation of 13 chapters by well respected robotics researchers describing some of their most recent work.  ... 
doi:10.1145/302342.1096839 fatcat:nvqn5o72pbecthvpqx3m3p6qgu

Education 2.0: Artificial Intelligence and the End of the Test

Bill Cope and Mary Kalantzis
2019 Beijing International Review of Education  
530 The response of language philosopher John Searle was to set up the Turing test in a hypothetical "Chinese room."  ...  They are still doing essays, assignments and projects that they hand in for the teacher to mark-now perhaps 529 Artificial Intelligence and the End of the Test beijing international review of education  ... 
doi:10.1163/25902539-00102009 fatcat:pamb7q4vrfhufjrg462nnn4xdu

Page 61 of Contemporary Psychology Vol. 38, Issue 1 [page]

1993 Contemporary Psychology  
and Mechanisms, and Artificial Intelligence in Psychology: Interdisciplinary Essays. @ Robert L.  ...  Boden’s rebuttal to Searle (“‘Escaping From the Chinese Room’), Alan Turing’s well-known “Computing Machinery and _ Intelli- gence,” Andy Clark’s ““Connectionism, Competence, and Explanation,” and Daniel  ... 

Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence

William J. Rapaport
1986 Teaching Philosophy  
and do research in computer science and artificial intelligence (AI) at SUNY Buffalo.  ...  excited about what computers could do, using the first edition of Patrick Henry Winston' s Artificial Intelligence (Winston 1977) as the text.  ...  Understanding and Data Abstraction in Searle's Chinese Room" (1985); Rapaport, "Searle's Experiments with Thought" (1986a); Rapaport, "Philosophy, Artificial Intelligence, and the Chinese Room Argument  ... 
doi:10.5840/teachphil19869220 fatcat:yt3ubjwdwzegxaznhgvvgotpju

Human Cognition and the More General Case

Robert L. Goldstone
1993 Contemporary Psychology  
and Mechanisms, and Artificial Intelligence in Psychology: Interdisciplinary Essays. @ Robert L.  ...  Boden’s rebuttal to Searle (“‘Escaping From the Chinese Room’), Alan Turing’s well-known “Computing Machinery and _ Intelli- gence,” Andy Clark’s ““Connectionism, Competence, and Explanation,” and Daniel  ... 
doi:10.1037/032959 fatcat:rtw5uh54gbczvm3htklcdcyc6m

Tearing the Fabric: a Critique of Materialism

Passia Pandora
2019 The Arbutus Review  
They believe that there is one reality and it is physical.  ...  ; physical reduction; qualia; point-of-view  ...  the people outside the room into believing that there is a Chinese speaker in the room (p. 418).  ... 
doi:10.18357/tar101201918931 fatcat:ust7xfnl6jht3lphupvumg3j5i

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: IS IT A THREAT OR AN OPPORTUNITY BASED ON ITS LEGAL PERSONALITY AND CRIMINAL LIABILITY?

Mark Louis, Angelina Anne Fernandez, Nazura Abdul Manap, Shamini Kandasamy, Sin Yee Lee
2021 Journal of Information System and Technology Management  
The methodology adopted is qualitative namely Doctrinal Legal Research by analyzing the relevant legal views from various journals on artificial intelligence.  ...  The usage of computers and robots has increased productivity in various sectors. The emergence of artificial intelligence has stirred up many debates on both its importance and limitations.  ...  "Imagine that you are locked in a room. Into the room come batches of Chinese writing, but you do not know any Chinese.  ... 
doi:10.35631//jistm.620001 fatcat:bspbfkvttvdoxcbgwqwdpzsxzm

Artificial Intelligence is stupid and causal reasoning won't fix it [article]

John Mark Bishop
2020 arXiv   pre-print
gender etc. - there are often significant financial, legal and brand consequences and the incident becomes major news.  ...  It is a point that was echoed by Gary Marcus and Ernest Davis in a recent piece for the New York Times: 'we need to stop building computer systems that merely get better and better at detecting statistical  ...  From an external point of view, the answers to the two sets of questions, one in English the other in Chinese, are equally good (effectively Searle, in his Chinese room, has 'passed the [unconstrained]  ... 
arXiv:2008.07371v1 fatcat:7sz56urg5jbc7ky5im3td3b264

The Functional Morality of Robots

Linda Johansson
2010 International Journal of Technoethics  
Increasingly advanced autonomous robots have expanded the focus of machine ethics from issues regarding the ethical development and use of technology by humans to a focus on ethical dimensions of the machines  ...  This represents the new focus of machine ethics: machine morality, or more precisely, machine agency.  ...  Searle objected to this by his famous Chinese Room thought-experiment, which is designed to show that it is possible for a computer to pass a Turing Test without possessing genuine understanding or intelligence  ... 
doi:10.4018/jte.2010100105 fatcat:yy2emvqsczettjhmy7giwsdaoa
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