CSE 472/572, Spring 2002
HW #1: COMPARISON OF 2 HUMAN-COMPUTER DIALOGUES
Study the "B" and "D" human-computer interactions on the
"Artificial IQ Test".
For more information on the AIQ Test, see:
Rapaport, William J. (1986),
"Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence: A Course Outline",
9: 103-120. This should be available in Lockwood Library (Per B52.T37).
Then write 1 page (typed/word-processed; about 250 words) on the
- Which is more "intelligent": B or D? Why?
- The original "operating systems" were humans who operated the
mainframe computers. So, given that AI can be defined as programming
to behave in ways normally attributed to "intelligence" when observed
humans, is a modern-day operating system "intelligent"? Why?
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