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AI

abbreviation for ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION.
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Those principles argue against the Turing test proper as an appropriate task, despite its appropriateness as a criterion (perhaps the only one) for attributing intelligence to a machine.
Averaged over lots of interrogators, lots of claims, and lots of liars, this might be an improvement over today's Turing test.
Current work toward cognitive orthoses and prostheses reflects a fundamentally different perspective from AI's traditional Turing test ambitions.
We received three entries specifically for the Turing Test track of the 2012 championship.
What is significant about ELIZA for the purposes of our discussion is not whether or not it was a convincing AI in the sense of a Turing test, but rather how it assembled humans and non-humans in software-scripted loops of digitally mediated emotional exchange.
This could also be seen as AI succeeding in one version of the Turing test, which was developed by renowned scientist Alan Turing in 1950.
CAPTCHA Stands for: Completely Automated Public Turing Test To Tell Computers And Humans Apart Which means: You'll have seen these as a security measure when uploading info to a website.
To test his theory, he proposes a Turing test, which in this case will be to pit the machine intelligence against a PhD student in English, have each of them write an interpretation of the same text, and see if one of the scientists can tell which answer is from the machine and which from the human.
Once they pass the Turing test and can successfully fob themselves off as human beings, jobs that used to require a university degree will be just as much at risk.
This experiment is a kind of reverse Turing test for random behavior, a test of strength between algorithms and humans," says study co-author Hector Zenil.
It uses the Turing Test, named after Second World War codebreaker Alan Turing, and the challenge is to convince people they are talking to a real human not a robot.
Such programs are often designed to convincingly simulate how a human would behave as a conversational partner, thereby passing the Turing test.