In article <36cd9595.1501951 at news-server>, ZZZghull at stny.lrun.com (Jerry Hull) wrote:
>On Fri, 19 Feb 1999 11:24:09 -0500, Michael Edelman <mje at mich.com> wrote:
>>>The notion that intelligence is merely behavior is an old one, and one
>>that's had 80+ years to come up with a good model of human intelligence.
>>While the behaviorist model has been very successful at modeling
>>conditioned response to stimuli, it has been an abysmal failure at
>>modeling or explaining things like language as behavior.
>>An alternative is to designate the cleverness of computers et al. "machine
>intelligence" as opposed to "conscious intelligence".
And all you have is still a cunning trick,
trying to disguise a lie into the truth.
There is no such a thing as machine intelligence.
It is utter absurd.