John Searle

July 11, 2009

John Searle is Mills Professor of the Philosophy of Mind at the University of California at Berkeley and author of many books, including Rationality in Action (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2001). He is best know for his Chinese Room analogy, which argues that the mind is not a computer and that the Turing Test is not adequate for determining intelligence. His essay, “I Married a Computer” appears in Are We Spiritual Machines? Ray Kurzweil vs. the Critics of Strong AI (Discovery Institute, 2002).

See essays by this author:
Consciousness
See selected books by this author:
ARE WE SPIRITUAL MACHINES? | Chapter 2: I Married a Computer