Computer Simulating 13-Year-Old Boy Becomes First to Pass Turing Test
An attempt to extract the essential underlying point of interest led him to propose the famous Turing test
Going into more detail here about why the current version of the Turing test
is inadequate and distracting would be a digression from my main point, so I've included that discussion as a sidebar to this article.
Glasses leverage and extend our ability to see but would never pass a Turing test
for being an eye.
The idea was to perform a form of spectator-only Turing test
for the controllers.
One of the most frustrating things you'll go through when logging into an online service or completing a payment is that pesky, dreaded CAPTCHA (completely automated public Turing test
to tell computers and humans apart).
His only job was to be convincingly human, to pass the inverted Turing test
As Mark Danaher (Head of Disruptive Technologies Practice at Infosys) writes, it is high time businesses stop trying to get chat-bots to pass the Turing Test
, and double down on tackling tedious, time-consuming tasks that are killing business productivity instead.
Since 1950, the Turing Test
has been the most recognized test for evaluating machine intelligence.
is sponsoring a competition to encourage efforts to develop programs that can solve the Winograd Schema Challenge, an alternative to the Turing Test
developed by Hector Levesque, winner of the 2013 IJCAI Award for Research Excellence.
The Turing test
has influenced efforts to create software that sufficiently simulates human behaviour to pass the test, though the successes of these attempts are disputed (Ffumphrys, 2009).
The Completely Automated Public Turing test
to tell Computers and Humans Apart, or Captcha, is a well-known filter used by sites to keep bots out, and was known to be a fail-safe program that was both simple as well as almost unbeatable.