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This booklet constitutes the completely refereed post-proceedings of the Joint Chinese-German Workshop on Cognitive structures held in Shanghai in March 2005.The thirteen revised papers awarded have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from various submissions for inclusion within the publication. The workshop served to provide the present cutting-edge within the new transdiscipline of cognitive structures, that's rising from machine technological know-how, the neurosciences, computational linguistics, neurological networks and the hot philosophy of brain. The papers are prepared in topical sections on multimodal human-computer interfaces, neuropsychology and neurocomputing, Chinese-German usual language processing and psycholinguistics, in addition to info processing and retrieval from the semantic net for clever functions.
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French for example said: “it is unnecessary to propose even harder versions of the Test in which all physical and behavioral aspects of the two candidates had to be indistinguishable before allowing the machine to pass the test”. Moreover, he claimed that “even in its original form, the Turing test is too hard”, “is not a reasonable test for general machine intelligence”. This claim was soon refuted by Peter D. Turney . Third problem: Is the Turing Test the most suitable form of testing machine intelligence?
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Type 3: All possible combinations of the two confederates are allowed: child and computer, two children or two computers. In all these types, conversation was done in written texts (no voice recognition or generation). Working language is daily children Chinese. No information exchange between the two confederates was allowed. In all experiments, the judges had about 10-20 percents of failure rate. For detailed data see . Piaget has divided the development of children cognition in four stages: the stages of perception (age 0-2), preoperation (age 2-7), concrete operation (age 7-11) and formal operation (age 11-16) .