Turing test

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Alan Turing (1912-1954), who proposed the test.

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Turing test (plural Turing tests)

  1. A test of a computer's ability to demonstrate intelligence, as measured by whether a human judge can reliably distinguish the computer from another human being by conversing with both in natural language over a terminal.

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