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Turing Test


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Turing Test

  1. 1. By: Maisha, Kris, Rogerio, Engo
  2. 2. Alan Turing  Created the Turing Test in the 1950’s;  British mathematician;  Predicted by year 2000 the average interrogator would not be able to distinguish between machine or human after five mins of questioning.
  3. 3. Turing test  Turing test artificial intelligence  Determines whether a computer can “think.”  Turing proposed the imitation game so it does not reject machine intelligence.
  4. 4. How does the Turing test work  Remote human interrogator  Must distinguish between a computer and a human  Based on their replies to various questions  Success at “thinking” can be measured by its probability of being misidentified as the human subject.
  5. 5. How to pass the test  The 65-year-old Turing Test is successfully passed if a computer is mistaken for a human more than 30% of the time during a series of five-minute keyboard conversations.
  6. 6. University of reading competition  In 2014 a computer program simulating a 13-years-old Ukrainian boy, passed the Turing Test.  The Computer program convinced 33% of the judges that is was a human. The program was created by Vladimir Veselov from Russia and Eugene Demchenko from Ukraine.
  7. 7. turing-test machine/one.html 2014 University of Reading competition: Prof Noel Sharkey (2012) BBC Technology [online]., Available from:, accessed on: 03/03/2016 References