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Are Life and Intelligence analogous?

I think your question is to ask whether there is a necessary connection between life and intelligence, or whether life will inevitably evolve into intelligence. I don't know if my understanding is ...
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Who was the first philosopher to describe what we now call artificial intelligence?

You ask: Who was the first philosopher to describe what we now call artificial intelligence? Alan Turing is the first thinker to begin to address an artificial general intelligence. But we need to ...
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Who was the first philosopher to describe what we now call artificial intelligence?

Who was the first philosopher (e.g., Greek or pre-Socratic) You are not taking that the first philosophers were Greek ... tut, tut, tut. Who was the first philosopher to describe what we now know as ...
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Who was the first philosopher to describe what we now call artificial intelligence?

Ramon Llull is a good contender. From the Wikipedia article on the History of artificial intelligence: Spanish philosopher Ramon Llull (1232–1315) developed several logical machines devoted to the ...
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Who was the first philosopher to describe what we now call artificial intelligence?

If we had a characteristica universalis, we should be able to reason in metaphysics and morals in much the same way as in geometry and analysis. If controversies were to arise, there would be no more ...
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Who was the first philosopher to describe what we now call artificial intelligence?

People often don't realise how vague a term Artificial Intelligence is. It can be used to indicate anything from a synthetic mind with human-equivalent capacities (more properly called Artificial ...
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