Like literally exactlyMy thoughts exactly.
That's a big philosophical problem. The question can be posed another way. At what point should I consider another human being to be alive? If it has emotions? But how do I know that it really has emotions and that I am not merely projecting my own emotions onto him? So to begin to answer your question, you first need to define what it means to have emotions.At what point should a robot be considered alive?
Is it when we program them to have emotion?
Should we never program them to have feelings?
Well, I think they may have "technically" passed but were not able to learn or formulate ideas. I believe they could just reply and ask questions. I haven't read much into it, but I'm sure they didn't pass it.Correct me if I am wrong... But, there are some chat-bots that have successfully passed the test. Or came close to it.