Machine Learning in Security

I recently started studying for the GMAT and ran into an interesting passage while taking a diagnostic test – a reading comprehension argument by the philosopher John Searle, who was one of the first philosophers to challenge the idea of artificial intelligence. Searle argued that the human brain is not like a computer processor, and that computers are syntactic (rule based), rather than semantic (meaning based) creatures. The diagnostic test question is referring to Searle’s thought experiment called the Chinese Room. The idea of the Chinese Room suggests that if you lock a person in a room with rules translating English to Chinese characters, the individual will be able to respond in Chinese to questions written in Chinese. The experiment suggests that no matter how intelligent a computer (person locked…


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