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What are the retorts to Searle's Chinese Room?

If Searle actually is arguing that Chinese Room implies that a program cannot make a computer 'intelligent', then it is a non-sequitur. It just shows that the Turing test is not an adequate test of ...
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How does human intelligence differ from Searle's chinese room?

This answer will depend on how does one answer mind/body problem. I think that humans are complex chinese rooms because consciousness we have is only functional and not actually subjective. Subjective ...
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