Human judges are unreliable
The behavioral disposition argument avoids the problems associated with the operational interpretation, but relies on human judges, who may chauvanistically reject intelligent machines or foolishly pass cleverly designed but unintelligent machines.

Ned Block, 1981.

See: Judges may descriminate too well and Human Judges may be fooled too easily.
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