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" My hair is shingled, and the longest strands are about nine inches long.' In order that tones of voice may not help the interrogator the answers should be written, or better still, typewritten. The ideal arrangement is to have a teleprinter communicating... "
Understanding Intelligence - Page 17
by Christian Scheier, Rolf Pfeifer - 2001 - 700 pages
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The Use & Misuse of Computers in Education

Allan B. Ellis - Computer-assisted instruction - 1973 - 226 pages
...answer might therefore be, "My hair is shingled, and the longest strands are about nine inches long." In order that tones of voice may not help the interrogator...still, typewritten. The ideal arrangement is to have a teleprinter communicating between the two rooms. Alternatively the question and answers can be repeated...
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Can Animals and Machines be Persons?: A Dialogue

Justin Leiber - Philosophy - 1985 - 76 pages
...object to try to cause C to make the wrong identification. His answer might be, "My hair is shingled." In order that tones of voice may not help the interrogator...still, typewritten. The ideal arrangement is to have a teleprinter communicating between the two rooms. The object of the game for the third player (B)...
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Artificial Intelligence and Psychiatry

D. J. Hand - Medical - 1985 - 266 pages
...answer might therefore be 'My hair is shingled, and the longest strands are about nine inches long.' In order that tones of voice may not help the interrogator...still typewritten. The ideal arrangement is to have a teleprinter communicating between the two rooms. Alternatively the questions and answers can be repeated...
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What Computers Still Can't Do: A Critique of Artificial Reason

Hubert L. Dreyfus - Computers - 1992 - 354 pages
...answer might therefore be "My hair is shingled, and the longest strands are about nine inches long." In order that tones of voice may not help the interrogator...still, typewritten. The ideal arrangement is to have a teleprinter communicating between the two rooms. Alternatively, the question and answers can be repeated...
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A Historical Introduction to the Philosophy of Mind: Readings with Commentary

Peter A. Morton - Philosophy - 1996 - 516 pages
...answer might therefore be "My hair is shingled, and the longest strands are about nine inches long." In order that tones of voice may not help the interrogator...still, typewritten. The ideal arrangement is to have a teleprinter communicating between the two rooms. Alternatively the question and answers can be repeated...
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Mind Design II: Philosophy, Psychology, Artificial Intelligence

John Haugeland - Computers - 1997 - 476 pages
...therefore be A: My hair is shingled, and the longest strands are about nine inches long. 30 AM Turing In order that tones of voice may not help the interrogator...still, typewritten. The ideal arrangement is to have a teleprinter communicating between the two rooms. Alternatively the question and answers can be repeated...
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Speaking Into the Air: A History of the Idea of Communication

John Durham Peters - Language Arts & Disciplines - 2000 - 293 pages
...The man tries to sound like a woman, but the woman plays it straight. "In order that the tones of the voice may not help the interrogator the answers should...still, typewritten. The ideal arrangement is to have a teleprinter communicating between the two rooms." The task for the third party is a familiar one...
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Artificial Intelligence: Critical Concepts, Volume 2

Ronald Chrisley, Sander Begeer - Artificial intelligence - 2000 - 586 pages
...answer might therefore be 'My hair is shingled, and the longest strands are about nine inches long.' In order that tones of voice may not help the interrogator...still, typewritten. The ideal arrangement is to have a teleprinter communicating between the two rooms. Alternatively the question and answers can be repeated...
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The World of Mathematics, Volume 4

James Roy Newman - Mathematics - 2000 - 464 pages
Presents 33 essays on such topics as statistics and the design of experiments, group theory, the mathematics of infinity, the mathematical way of thinking, the unreasonableness ...
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The NewMediaReader, Volume 1

Noah Wardrip-Fruin - Social Science - 2003 - 823 pages
...answer might therefore be "My hair is shingled, and the longest strands, are about nine inches long." In order that tones of voice may not help the interrogator...still, typewritten. The ideal arrangement is to have a teleprinter communicating between the two rooms. Alternatively the question and answers can be repeated...
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