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A. M. Turing, "Computing Machinery and Intelligence"

  1. Which of the following questions is ambiguous, according to Turing?
      a. Can a machine play the imitation game?
      b. Can a machine think?
      c. Can a machine be self-aware?
      d. Can a machine express emotions?
  2. How does Turing respond to the objection according to which machines aren't conscious?
      a. By pointing out that we can't show that other people are conscious either
      b. By pointing out evidence for the conclusion that machines are conscious
      c. By arguing that consciousness is irrelevant to thinking
      d. By arguing that once technology is advanced enough, consciousness will be possible
  3. What does Turing think is wrong with the line of thought that claims that no computer is capable of emotions like love?
      a. It is contradicted by contemporary computer science.
      b. It is based on a faulty form of inductive reasoning.
      c. It overestimates the value of love in our lives as rational beings.
      d. There is absolutely no evidence to support it.
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