2 edition of Alan Turing found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||June 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 107 p. :|
|Number of Pages||84|
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As the war wound down, he took up the problem of artificial intelligence. that continual observation will prevent motion. Before this paper appeared, Turing published two other papers on rather more conventional mathematical topics.
He had a premonition of Morcom's death at the very instant that he was taken ill and felt that this was something beyond what science could explain. It might also be said to illustrate his own human intelligence, in particular a delight in the Wildean reversal of roles, perhaps reflecting, as in Wilde, his homosexual identity.
Turing's main contribution to mathematics, however, was his work on computation theory. While the author divides the text into two parts, it actually reads like a play in four acts.
If a program can reliably emulate a human, it is said to be intelligent. It was extremely difficult work, tense and taut, equal parts educated guesswork and puzzle solving. Another argument involved a human calculator following written instruction Alan Turing.
Turing's Alan Turing at Cambridge had been on account of his work in probability theory. If there were an algorithm able to decide whether our program eventually halts, then this would amount to settling the Goldbach conjecture: if it halts then the conjecture is false, if it doesn't, then it is true. The whole point of his definition lies in encoding infinite potential effects, Alan Turing. capable of computing anything that can be computed. Not surprisingly, the paper has attracted many critiques.
But the human mathematician would likewise make blunders when trying out new techniques… In other words then, if a machine is expected to be infallible, it cannot also be intelligent.
More subtly, the interdisciplinary breadth of Turing's work is now better appreciated. He ran in the A. As technology has progressed, the Turing test is no longer a useful way to measure artificial intelligence.
A mathematician, Hodges ably explained Turing's intellectual accomplishments with insight, and situated them within their wider historical contexts. It has been welcomed by parts of the LGBTQ community as a symbol of the country facing up to its dark past of the horrific persecution of gay men.
His general libertarian attitude was enhanced rather than suppressed by the criminal trial, and his intellectual individuality also remained as lively as ever. On the other hand, he also wrote in the more famous paper of that year Turing 1950b, p. Though a Alan Turing, boyish, man, he had a pivotal role in world history through his role in Second World War cryptology.
But fellow mathematician and author Hodges has acutely clear and often extremely moving insight into the humanity behind the leaping genius that helped to crack the Germans' Enigma codes during World War II and bring about the dawn of the computer age.
" However, unperturbed by this rebuttal, Turing went on to become an extremely competent mathematician and scientist.
The test is another computational thesis: the machine is supposed to imitate humans through text or symbols; the human body is abstracted out.
An idea presented to such a mind will on average give rise to less than one idea in reply.