Turing Invents Artificial Intelligence (AI) And Microsoft Announces Windows

A page from the notebook of Alan Turing is displayed in front of his portrait at a March 2015 auction preview in Hong Kong. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung) November 8, 1991 The first Turing Test (a.k.a Loebner Prize Competition) is held at the Boston Computer Museum. Joseph Weintraub, president of Thinking Software, Inc., wins the competition by fooling 5 of the 10 judges into thinking his software, “programmed to make whimsical conversations,” was human. Mark Halpern in “The Trouble with the Turing Test”: The program, known during the trials as Terminal 5, issued remarks that were more amusing than most made by computer-driven terminals (this is not a high praise), but were otherwise perfectly standard for such programs. It leaned primarily on the ‘non-directed therapy’ strategy, introduced many years ago by…


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