Turing’s Three Senses of “Emotional”

International Journal of Synthetic Emotions 5 (2):7-20 (2014)
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Turing used the expression “emotional” in three distinct ways: to state his philosophical theory of the concept of intelligence, to classify arguments for and against the possibility of machine intelligence, and to describe the education of a “child machine”. The remarks on emotion include several of the most important philosophical claims. This paper analyses these remarks and their significance for current research in Artificial Intelligence.

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Diane Proudfoot
University of Canterbury


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