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A Turing machine and subsequently a super-Turing machine are inevitable.

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Started: 2/13/2015 Category: Technology
Updated: 1 year ago Status: Post Voting Period
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GreenFuture

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5 Rounds:
1 - Acceptance and any rules or changes to rounds you would like to be discussed in comments you would like
2 - Statement of position and opening arguments preferably little response to the opposing points from round one if going second.
3 - First rebuttal
4 - Second rebuttal
5 - Closing arguments and conclusion also answering questions or points from comments if relevant.

I look forward to a good debate.
Debate_King1475

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Good luck to you. This should be a good debate and I look forward to it.

My questions that I want you to define:

What is a Turing machine and provide a link that goes into further detail about it?

What makes it inevitable?

If it is inevitable, then what makes the super-Turing machine inevitable.
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Debate Round No. 5
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Posted by GreenFuture 2 years ago
GreenFuture
By Turing and super-Turing machine I mean machines that pass one or other of the relevant Turing tests
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