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The statement that the computers can do only what their programmers tell them is ambiguous. It is true that computers cannot be intelligent because computers are machines that do not have knowledge. Thus, they are not intelligent. They act according to the instructions given by the humans (programmers). They cannot act on their own and they cannot make the decisions by themselves. They are dependent on the algorithms. As they completely depend on the knowledge and instructions of programmers, computers cannot be intelligent.

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But computers can act rationally based on the environment if they are programmed in an efficient manner.
Thus, the computers can act intelligently as the computers can perform limited tasks such as natural language processing, navigation.
Computer can perform some limited tasks which the person assign  not act automatically
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