Mind Design – John Haugeland

This is an abstract of the first chapter of John Haugeland's Mind Design II, an edited collection of important works in cognitive science. It provides an overview of the framework used by cognitive scientists and, in particular, those interested in designing intelligent artifacts. Abstract The goal of “mind design” is to understand thinking and intelligence … Continue reading Mind Design – John Haugeland

Computing Machinery and Intelligence – Alan Turing

This is an abstract of Alan M. Turing's "Computing Machinery and Intelligence" paper, which outlines what is, in many circles, the accepted standard test to determine if a machine is intelligent. You can read the original paper on the Hugh Loebner's site, here. It's a straightforward read, even if you aren't a computer scientist. I … Continue reading Computing Machinery and Intelligence – Alan Turing