The Chinese Room Argument against genuine artificial intelligence

Keywords: Syntax versus semantics; the problem of symbol grounding; meaning and AI, creativity and AI, intelligence and AI, embodied cognition, disembodied computation.
URL: rintintin.colorado.edu/~vancecd/phil201/Searle.pdf

See also: plato.stanford.edu/entries/chinese-room/


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