In one of my previous blog posts, we discussed about measuring computer’s intelligence and how we can use the Turing test for it. After Turing proposed that test, a lot of people realized its importance and started working on it. People really wanted to believe that machines are indeed capable of thinking. We need a way to determine if a computer is thinking on its own. The biggest obstacle here is that this is a very subjective topic. Given the knowledge that something is indeed a machine, how do we ascertain that the machine is capable of thinking? Continue reading “Robot Vs Turing”
Can We Measure A Computer’s Intelligence?
People talk about artificial intelligence all the time. Artificial intelligence is the branch of study which deals with putting intelligence into the machines so that they can do things by themselves. But how do we know if they are getting intelligent? For us humans, we have designed various kinds of IQ tests to measure our intelligence. Is there anything for machines as well? I am not talking about the robustness of an algorithm or the accuracy with which a computer can finish a certain task, I am talking about the actual intelligence. Is it possible to measure it? Continue reading “Can We Measure A Computer’s Intelligence?”