The AI Alan Turing Test Definition & Meaning Made Easy

The Artificial Intelligence Alan Turing Test Explained

Alan Turing created in 1950 what is called the Turing Test. It was devised to evaluate whether a machine has Artificial Intelligence. Alan Turing, a well-known World War II cryptanalyst and the author of “Computing Machinery and Intelligence” devised the following test:

A human interrogator asks the same questions to a computer and a human being. The human interrogator inputs the question through a keyboard and receives the answer through a screen, without knowing whether each answer comes from the computer or the human being. If a sufficient number of interrogators is unable to distinguish the human being from the computer, the computer is considered “intelligent.”

In the test, the computer is allowed to use all stratagems to confuse the interrogator such as answering “No” to the question “Are you a computer?”

 

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