Response by Ray Kurzweil to the announcement of chatbot Eugene Goostman passing the Turing test

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One Response to “Response by Ray Kurzweil to the announcement of chatbot Eugene Goostman passing the Turing test”

  1. Amit says:

    “finitude is par for the course” word.Tradition has long clfeoatnd finitude with fallenness (thanks in large part to Augustine’s Neo-Platonic bent of mind/body dualism). But Genesis 1 depicts a creation being crafted within the constrains of time, and there is no primordial struggle with evil finitude is deemed “very good.” This is why I appreciate Caputo’s interaction with Derrida, as traditional absolute assertions of self (I believe; I don’t believe) denies the complexity of things. Derrida advocated the “wordless word” and a “yes more ancient;” I think that is applicable to the biblical account.As far as cyborg soteriology goes, I mean.. Peter did say that we are to “hasten” the coming of eschaton, but I am not sure that means humans themselves effect a singularity..Totally remember that Star Trek TNG episode btw. Good stuff.

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