Towards a theory of intelligence

by Peter Kugel
Venue:Theoretical Computer Science
Citations:3 - 1 self

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www.elsevier.com/locate/tcs Toward a theoryof intelligence – Peter Kugel - 2003
If intelligence is computable, then... – Peter Kugel - 2003
1 Comparative Analysis of Hypercomputational Systems Submitted in partial fulfilment – Mariam Kiran, Supervisor Dr Mike Stannett
18 Thinking May Be More Than Computing – Peter Kugel - 1986
16 The many forms of hypercomputation – Toby Ord - 2006
4 Alan Turing and the Mathematical Objection – Gualtiero Piccinini - 2003
1 The physical and philosophical implications of the Church-Turing thesis – Eleni Pagani - 2004
4 Computing machines can’t be intelligent (...and Turing said so – Peter Kugel - 2002
doi:10.1093/comjnl/bxh000 Are There New Models of Computation? Reply to Wegner and – Paul Cockshott, Greg Michaelson
6 Are There New Models of Computation? Reply to Wegner and Eberbach – Paul Cockshott, Greg Michaelson - 2005
6 THE MYTH OF UNIVERSAL COMPUTATION – Selim G. Akl - 2005
1 The Incomputable Alan Turing – S. Barry Cooper
2 Computational Power of Infinite Quantum Parallelism – Martin Ziegler - 2005
31 Hypercomputation: computing more than the Turing machine – Toby Ord - 2002
21 A NATURAL AXIOMATIZATION OF COMPUTABILITY AND PROOF OF CHURCH’S THESIS – Nachum Dershowitz, Yuri Gurevich
Creativity, the Turing Test, and the (Better) Lovelace Test – Selmer Bringsjord, Paul Bello, David Ferrucci - 2000
Summary – unknown authors
3 Constraints on Hypercomputation, in – Paul Cockshott, Lewis Mackenzie, Greg Michaelson - 2006
A personal account of Turing’s imprint on the development of computer science – J. Díaz, C. Torras