[Philosophy] RE: Turing

Richard O'Donovan rodonovan at fhs.vic.edu.au
Fri Mar 25 10:20:04 EST 2005

You know about the chatbot site I suppose - although you'd need a computer lab to get kids to interact...  You could also try (not that I've done this, but plan to...) getting them to play the game where a male & female leave the room, then have the class pose questions to them (via you) to ascertain which is which - have one of the two kids as a 'liar' who is trying to fool the class while the other is being 'honest'.
Don't know if that's of much use however!!


From: Hunter, Jean M [mailto:hunter.jean.m at edumail.vic.gov.au]
Sent: Thu 12/02/2004 3:09 PM
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Subject: RE: Turing

 Does anyone out there have any lessons on Turing? Perhaps some questions where I could do a classroom experiment?? Any info would be greatly appreciated.


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From: Richard O'Donovan 
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Sent: 12/12/2003 2:44 PM 
Subject: We now also have an automatic email list 

Hi again, 

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