COMPUTING MACHINERY AND INTELLIGENCE
Paper’s reference in the IEEE style?
“COMPUTING MACHINERY AND INTELLIGENCE.” [Online]. Available: http://cogprints.org/499/1/turing.HTML. [Accessed: 06-Nov-2016].
How did you find the paper?
If applicable, write a list of the search terms you used.
- "Computing machinery and intelligence"
Was the paper peer reviewed? Explain how you found out.
The paper was published in 'Mind', a United Kingdom peer-reviewed academic journal.
Does the author(s) work in a university or a government-funded research institute? If so, which university or research institute? If not, where do they work?
A. Turing received his PhD from Princeton, during WWII worked for the Government Code and Cypher school at Bletchley Park and after the war worked at the National Physical Laboratory.
What does this tell you about their expertise? Are they an expert in the topic area?
A. Turing was an expert in cryptanalysis, and early computer science.
What was the paper about?
This paper outlines 'The Imitation Game', more commonly known as the Turing test, in which, Turing's proposed a challenge to test whether a machine can think. The test consists of an interrogator and two other participants, a man and a woman. The aim of the interrogator is to identify which of the other participants is the man and which is the woman, the aim of one of the participants is to cause the interrogator to make the wrong identification and the aim of the other is to help the interrogator. All communications are to be by typewritten notes.
A 'thinking' machine therefore should be able to take the place of a participant, and cause the interrogator to make the wrong identifications as often as with human participants.
If applicable, is this paper similar to other papers you have read for this assignment? If so, which papers and why?
Not related to previous papers reviewed
If applicable, is this paper different to other papers you have read for this assignment? If so, which papers and why?
Not related to previous papers
What do these similarities and differences suggest? What are your observations? Do you have any new ideas? Do you have any conclusions?
This paper is one of the earliest, and still most famous, explanations of how to test artificial intelligence performance. It was one of the seminal works, following WWII, which initiated the growth in natural language processing research.
This question is to be answered after your critical analysis is completed. Which sections (if any) of your critical analysis was this paper cited in?
This paper was cited in the introduction of the critical analysis