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At a minimum, this casts doubt on the primary assumption of the thought experiment (Clancey 1997). To conclude this section on the Turing test, we mention one of its major limitations. If we are willing to attribute at least some level of intelligence to ants, rats, or elephants, the Turing test is obviously out as a tool for assessing intelligence. It can be applied only to systems capable of dealing with ``human'' natural language. , Crockett 1994; Epstein 1992). The Common Denominator We have now looked at various ways in which we can characterize intelligence.
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Autonomous agents exhibit emergent behaviors. Such behaviors are not programmed into the agents by the designer but rather are a result of the interaction of the agents with their environment. Autonomous agents, robotic or computational, can be used in three ways: as models of natural agents, to explore general principles of intelligence, and for speci®c tasks and applications. There are large areas of overlap among these three modes, especially between the ®rst two. ``Synthetic'' implies design.