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The turing test and the interface problem: a role for the imitation game in the methodology of cognitive science
Titolo Rivista: PARADIGMI 
Autori/Curatori: Marcello Frixione 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2015 Fascicolo: Lingua: Inglese 
Numero pagine:  20 P. 129-148 Dimensione file:  84 KB
DOI:  10.3280/PARA2015-003008
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Il problema dell’interfaccia (interface problem) consiste nel rendere conto delle relazioni che sussistono tra le nozioni psicologiche del discorso quotidiano e i resoconti scientifici del mentale. E’ probabile infatti che, nello sviluppo di una visione scientifica, naturalistica dell’uomo, saremo costretti ad abbandonare molte nozioni psicologiche ordinarie, che potrebbero risultare inadeguate rispetto agli scopi e ai metodi dell’indagine naturalistica. Tuttavia, la costruzione di modelli simulative di (parti di) un sistema cognitivo sotto la forma di artefatti e la verifica delle loro prestazioni attraverso una forma di test di Turing, potrebbe, almeno in linea di principio, consentirci di "reimmergere" le spiegazioni naturalistiche della cognizione nel mondo della nostra esperienza ordinaria, al fine di verificarne la corrispondenza con le nozioni del discorso mentale quotidiano e con le intuizioni del senso comune.


Keywords: Filosofia della scienza cognitiva, Naturalizzazione della cognizione, Naturalizzazione del riferimento, Problema dell’interfaccia, Simulazioni in scienza cognitiva, Test di Turing

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