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New Intelligence Test Asks What It Means to Be Human

Nov 24, 2014 |

The primary definition of artificial intelligence (AI), specifically strong AI, is the power of a machine to exhibit intelligence indistinguishable from that of a human. But researchers have long been divided on the best way to measure this quality. For several decades, they have resorted to some version of the Turing Test, named after the famed Read more…

Chat Bot Passes Turing Test

Jun 9, 2014 |

A computer program has successfully passed the Turing test by pretending to be a 13-year-old Ukranian boy named Eugene Goostman. During a series of five-minute long keyboard-based conversations, the chat bot convinced 33 percent of the judges that it was human. The results are just above the 30 percent mark, commonly cited as the passing threshold for Read more…

Benchmarking Computer Intelligence

Aug 27, 2012 |

Computer scientists tantalizing close to passing the Turing test.

Getting Close to Turing

Apr 16, 2012 |

Recent advancement in big data, analytics, and language recognition could be setting the stage for a machine that could act like a human.