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If you were asked to defeat the computer in the Turing Test,

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If you were asked to defeat the computer in the Turing Test, what types of questions would you ask it? Explain why you think these questions would be the type to "reveal" the computer to be a computer? Why would these responses have to be given by a human being? (If you don't think there are such questions, you will need to explain what, if anything, shows that human beings are unique, and how it shows that.)

Due tonight. Short 1 paragraph answer. Please end in DOC filenot DOCX. Thank you!

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Human beings have souls, emotions and extravagant imaginations. Computers, barring artificial intelligence, are completely logical pieces of equipment. Humans would ask questions such as: 1) if the heart of an individual is broken can that same person recover by sharing the aspects of heartbreak with another person’s, 2) what is the best way to describe the nonexistence of God, 3) how can you tell if someone love you, 4) is it moral to use the stem cells of babies in order to keep the current population alive and healthy and 5) what do you feel when the sunlight shines on your face first thing in the morning, where does that feeling take you all day? These questions pinpoint emotions, sensations and life experiences linked with relationships, these are things that computers could never have. Therefore, questions of this nature would prove that the computer is a computer and not another person.

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