The operational interpretation
An intelligent system is operationally defined as one that passes the Turing test. By definition, systems that pass are intelligent; systems that fail are unintelligent.
Argument anticipated by Ned Block, 1981.
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Yes: defines intelligence operationally/behaviorally »Yes: defines intelligence operationally/behaviorally
The operational interpretation
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