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Parsing the Turing Test
From the physico-mathematical view point, the imitation game between man and machine, proposed by Turing in his 1950 paper for the journal "Mind", is a game between a discrete and a continuous system. Turing stresses several times the laplacian nature of his discrete-state machine, yet he tries to show the undetectability of a functional imitation, by his machine, of a system (the brain) that, in his words, is not a discrete-state machine, as it is sensitive to limit conditions. We shortlydoi:10.1007/978-1-4020-6710-5_23 fatcat:tbybvft3tzfjzhwb3t3xilti4q