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Language and communication in turing’s machine intelligence
Titolo Rivista: PARADIGMI 
Autori/Curatori: Teresa Numerico 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2015 Fascicolo: Lingua: Italiano 
Numero pagine:  19 P. 109-127 Dimensione file:  76 KB
DOI:  10.3280/PARA2015-003007
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Il presente articolo si occupa della concezione dell’intelligenza meccanica di Alan Turing successiva alla Seconda Guerra Mondiale. La tesi principale è che Turing considerasse essenziali gli aspetti di comunicazione e interazione tra macchine ed esseri umani per ottenere dalle macchine prestazioni considerate intelligenti. L’articolo si propone di dimostrare che queste posizioni di Turing erano state influenzate dai contatti con la Cibernetica, come del resto avvenne in quegli stessi anni per John von Neumann. L’articolo inoltre interpreta il Test di Turing alla luce della centralità dell’interazione per l’attribuzione sociale di intelligenza alle macchine.


Keywords: Alan Turing, Cibernetica, John von Neumann, Logica, Macchine intelligenti, Test di Turing.

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Teresa Numerico, Linguaggio e comunicazione nell’intelligenza delle macchine secondo Turing in "PARADIGMI" 3/2015, pp. 109-127, DOI:10.3280/PARA2015-003007

   

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