Major Flaw In Turing Test For Artificial Intelligence

Credit: DOI 10.1080/0952813X.2015.1132273 A new study says it has found a major flaw in the Turing Test, the leading method to determine artificial intelligence. It was designed in 1950 by computer scientist Alan Turing and assesses a machine’s ability to exhibit intelligent behavior indistinguishable from that of a human. It requires a human judge to converse with two hidden entities, a human and a machine, and then determine which is which. Turing introduced his imitation game as a replacement for the question ‘Can machines think?’ and the end conclusion of this is that if an entity passes the test then we have to regard it as a thinking entity. It is also called the ‘imitation game’ but if it were to actually to mimic a human in one way it could potentially pass the…

Link to Full Article: Major Flaw In Turing Test For Artificial Intelligence

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This

Join Our Newsletter

Sign up to our mailing list to receive the latest news and updates about and the Informed.AI Network of AI related websites which includes Events.AI, Neurons.AI, Awards.AI, and Vocation.AI

You have Successfully Subscribed!