The Turing Test is basically the idea that when (a) computer and a human can't be differentiated, that computer is an AI.
Identity of Indiscernibles boils down to if A is indistinguishable from B then A = B
Suppose now that AI is realized/actualized. Since this AI can't be told apart from humans, it follows that AI = humans.
If so per The Indiscernibility of Identicals rule, a dilemma on our hands:
- AI is sentient because we're sentient.
- We're not sentient because AI is not sentient.
What are the implications of The Leibniz-Turing Dilemma?