Artificial Intelligence: Can a Robot have a Mind? Essay by Master Researcher

Artificial Intelligence: Can a Robot have a Mind?
A discussion on whether robots can actually think for themselves and have a mind.
# 85912 | 1,125 words | 2 sources | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Computer and Technology (General)


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In Steven Spielberg's film "AI", the character David is a robotic boy. David looks, walks and talks like a human child. He also loves his mother(after she programs him to do so). Yet at all times, we know that David is not a human being, he is an artificial construction with a computerized mind. This paper considers whether or not such a robot can have a mind and argues that in fact robots can have a mind.

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