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Searle, John

 
John Searle is a philosopher who has contributed greatly to the philosophy of mind, and other important work contributing to our understanding of consciousness.

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One very relevant body of work has been his critique of the notion of strong AI, arguing against conventional attempts to produce a high-level, computational path to machine consciousness. In this work, his most enlightening and well known descriptive device is the Chinese Room Argument.



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