Can Computers Understand Their Own Programs?
published: July 10, 2012, recorded: June 2012, views: 820
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The answer depends on ideas of philosophy, logic, proofs of programs, and self-application. These are interests which I share with Turing, and which go back to the ancient philosophers Aristotle and Euclid. Their teachings provide an excellent basis for a general understanding, even today. In conclusion, I propose a kind of Turing test to answer the question posed by my title.
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