Impervious horrors of a leeward shore (arpad) wrote,
Impervious horrors of a leeward shore

Turing Test

Alan Turing argued that it is not important how we build an artificial intelligence. If we can't distinguish between talking to a man and talking to a machine - the machine is intelligent.

Nowadays the meaning is screwed.

Turing test is widely considered a tool to verify a successful fraud. Not the intelligence, but a deliberate imitation of it.

Something is fundamentally wrong here.

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