The Imitation Game - Alan Turing

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Just because something thinks differently from you, does that mean it's not thinking? We allow for humans to have such divergences from one another. You like strawberries. I hate ice-skating. You cry at sad films. I am allergic to pollen. What is the point of different tastes, different preferences, if not to say that our brains work differently, that we think differently? And if we can say that about one another, then why can't we say the same thing for brains built of copper and wire, steel?

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