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What is a Turing test?
In 1950, Alan Turing devised the Turing test as a way of verifying machine intelligence.
The Turing test is a proposed a situation in which a human judge talks to both a computer and a human through a computer terminal. The judge cannot see the computer or the human, but can ask them questions via the computer. Based on the answers alone, the human judge has to determine which is which.
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