@misc{cogprints3322, editor = {Robert Epstein and Grace Peters}, month = {July}, title = {The Annotation Game: On Turing (1950) on Computing, Machinery, and Intelligence}, author = {Stevan Harnad}, publisher = {Kluwer}, year = {2006}, journal = {The Turing Test Sourcebook: Philosophical and Methodological Issues in the Quest for the Thinking Computer}, keywords = {Turing Test, computation, robotics, mind/body problem, other-minds problem, computationalism, cognition}, url = {http://cogprints.org/3322/}, abstract = {This quote/commented critique of Turing's classical paper suggests that Turing meant -- or should have meant -- the robotic version of the Turing Test (and not just the email version). Moreover, any dynamic system (that we design and understand) can be a candidate, not just a computational one. Turing also dismisses the other-minds problem and the mind/body problem too quickly. They are at the heart of both the problem he is addressing and the solution he is proposing.} }