Consider your current workplace, or a workplace where you were previously employed. (Alternatively, think about a typical workplace in the industry in which you plan to work after you complete your graduate studies.) How would Human Resources professionals help apply organizational development principles in the workplace? Assignment Requirements: (Title Slide) -How would you identify opportunities for improvement in your organization’s efficiency or performance? (Slide 1) -What solutions can you propose for addressing common types of gaps in organizational effectiveness? (Slide 2) -How can you apply change management principles to support these organizational development efforts?
e Imitation Game, more widely known now as the Turing Test involves three players, an interrogator, a machine and a human. The interrogator must converse with the two other players (via a keyboard and monitor) and determine which is human and which is a machine while the human and machine both try to convince the interrogator that they are in fact the other player (the human is the machine and vice versa). If the computer is able to trick the interrogator it has passed the test and, according to Turing, is an example of artificial intelligence. In designing this test it is clear that in Turing’s opinion, the ability to think was shown not by ‘giving correct answers, but responsive ones’, an example of this is given by Turing: “Q: Please write me a sonnet on the subject of the Forth Bridge. A: Count me out on this one. I never could write poetry.” In this example the computer states that it is unable to write poetry, not just sonnets in particular, to make this connection it is possible that the computer would have had to ‘think’ rather than simply reusing the words spoken by the interrogator. There are, however, criticisms of this measure of intelligence; it assumes that the only valuable form of Artificial Intelligence is one that emulates human intelligence as closely as possible, rather than to speculate the idea of another form of intelligence. There is also a counter to this, as humans are the only highly intelligent species we have come across we can only make comparisons to human intelligence when trying decide what we deem intelligent. When research into artificial intelligence first began it was proposed that a computer could be deemed superintelligent if it was able to beat humans at something that required the highest level of human intelligence; in the 1950s it was decided that this was chess, as several experts stated “If one could devise a successful chess machine, one would seem to have penetrated to the core of human endeavour” In fact this was not the case, creating a computer that played chess to a superhuman level was much simpler than previously thought and was achieved in May 1997 as Gary Kasparov, world chess champion, was defeated IBM’s Deep Blue.>GET ANSWER