Turing Interrogative Games

Minds and Machines 21 (3):435-448 (2011)
The issue of adequacy of the Turing Test (TT) is addressed. The concept of Turing Interrogative Game (TIG) is introduced. We show that if some conditions hold, then each machine, even a thinking one, loses a certain TIG and thus an instance of TT. If, however, the conditions do not hold, the success of a machine need not constitute a convincing argument for the claim that the machine thinks
Keywords Interrogative games   Logic of questions   Recursion theory   Turing test
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DOI 10.1007/s11023-011-9245-z
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