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Author: Searle, John. R.

Title: Minds, brains, and programs

Publication: Behavioral and Brain Sciences Journal 3 (3): 1980 pp. 417-457

Publisher: Cambridge Journals, UK

This paper is about intentionality, and how humans can act with clear intent while computers can just follow instructions and regurgitate output. This challenges the notion that computers could ever be capable of any intelligent activity.


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