Turing tests

As a pendant to the last post, let me suggest that a true AI should be able, with no prior domain-specific knowledge, to (1) learn the rules of sudoku from a verbal description, and go on to (2) learn and apply the solving strategies I describe, including especially the form of reasoning that exploits the solvability guarantee.

As far as I know, we are very very far from such a ‘true AI’.

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