Turing Test

A test to assess a machine’s ability to imitate human-like behavior, proposed by British mathematician and computer pioneer Alan Turing.

In this test, a human test subject communicates with a machine and another human via text messages. If the test subject cannot reliably determine which of the two entities is the machine, the machine is deemed to have passed the Turing test.

In the summer of 2022, Google’s AI LaMDA was the first to pass the Turing test and in December 2022, ChatGPT, an AI chatbot, was the second to pass. These breakthroughs have led to discussions about the validity of the Turing test as the ultimate measure of human-like AI performance.

Nevertheless, the Turing test remains a significant concept in the philosophy of artificial intelligence.

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