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Has any computer ever passed the Turing Test?
No. See the related links section for a link to the Loebner Prize website, which awards $5,000 annually for the chatbot which is "most indistinguishable from a human." There is still $100,000 reserved from Dr. Loebner for the first chatbot to actually pass the Turing test.
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Englishman Alan Turing the "Father of modern computer science" provided an influential formalisation of the concept of the algorithm and computation with the Turing machine in… 1936. Of his role in the modern Computer, Time Magazine in naming Turing one of the 100 most influential people of the 20th century, states.."The fact remains that everyone who taps at a keyboard, opening a spreadsheet or a word-processing program, is working on an incarnation of a Turing machine". Source: www.time.com/time/time100/scientist/profile/turing.html
Alan Turing theorised about a computer but it was actually invented and built by Tommy Flowers, a post office engineer ! He spent 1000 pounds of his own money to ensure it was… built and it cracked the German High Command code, The Lorenz Cipher, shortening WWII by a year.
The turing test is a test to tell the difference between humans and computers. It works likes this: * A person (A) asks questions * Another person (B) answers *… A computer (C) answers as well * If A can not tell which one (B or C) is the computer the computer has passed and is artificially intelligence, to find out more got to wikipedia.org and search for turing test.
Assuming you are referring to academic testing and not drug testing, the way you pass any test is through the development of effective study skills. Many people feel the hours… of study are the most important. However, students can study for hours on end and retain very little. The more appropriate question is, "how can students study more effectively?" Some issues students must consider are as follows. . Students need to develop good time management skills. They must realize there is a time to be in class, a time for study, time for family, time to socialize, and time to just be alone. The critical issue is recognition that there must be an appropriate balance. . Students should acquire a vision; A clearly articulate picture of the future they intend to create for them selves. This will promote a passion for what they wish to do. Passion is critical and leads to an intense interest, dedication, and commitment to achieving career goals and objectives. . The student must choose the best study schedule, a time they feel is comfortable, and in a place where there is little distraction. . The student must take notes on the subject matter and rehearse them frequently. . Students should not study hours on end. One should study 30 to 45 minutes then take a short break. Eat a snack, have a cup of coffee, play with the dog, etc., then return to study. This refreshes the mind, and often issues that may have been confusing before, become suddenly clear. . The student must develop good critical thinking skills, taking everything into consideration particular to the subject matter. . Students must not be afraid to ask for help when they have a problem understanding the subject matter. They need to do it immediately and not after days have gone by. They should not feel apprehensive to ask a faculty member, a friend, or go to the academic learning center at the school. Thus, it is not so much a question of hard study, but how to study in smart fashion. The bottom line is that the student must take responsibility and ownership over their study habits.
Alan Turing invented the idea of the modern computer in 1936. This device became known as a 'Turing Machine.' It was a hypothetical device that could help scientists compr…ehend the limitations of a computer's ability to perform calculations.
Yes. Don't consume any alcohol and don't come into contact with any products containing alcohol.
Yes, there are many websites that have tools for helping you pass your driver's test. See the related links below for some examples.
proved "the halting problem" was false.
In the US, you would need to conduct: -An Interview -Medical examination with NASA in order to be able to enter the "training" program for astronauts. In addition, you would …need a college degree as well as filling out a form with high competitiveness( more than 4000 applicant against 20 spots each 2 years)
lab or rapid type of test? for job or... ?.... assuming urine drug test- so.. 'detox' - online or from the smoke shops, I used this web to pass a hair test > hairtestingsoluti…ons com > but they cover urine and saliva tests, check the links also they provide a phone for free consultation. Another way is clean urine subst .
I believe so............................ Added: If you attend a recognized culinary school I'm certain that there must be examinations to pass in order to achieve your certifi…cate but, on the other hand, there are also many technically "un-schooled" or self-taught chefs out there as well. If the question is actually asking. 'must you obtain some kind of license or diploma in order to practice the profession (in the US),' I believe the answer is no.
Yes! All the time. Although comets tend to have very elongated orbits which bring them close to the sun which slingshots them far out into space and back again. NASA's Jet Pro…pulsion laboratory has a great site for tracking objects in our solar system. solarsystem.nasa.gov/eyes/
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Presidents cannot pass legislation. It is congress that makes the laws, and then the president either signs them or vetoes them. But presidents can and do encourage congress t…o pass certain bills; President Obama, like all presidents before him, has had a number of pieces of legislation he wanted congress to pass. In some cases, they did; in others, they did not.
Because a computer is limited - by the database of words it has stored on its hard-drive. The human brain is far more complex - able to form complex sentences at will. Also - …a computer cannot contract words (such as can not into can't) as a human would - because it is unable to decide whether the sentence still makes sense with the contraction.
The passing score for most tests is a C-, or 70%. Anything less than 70% is considered a failing score.
Alan Turing invented the test which pits human vs. human or computer, and then tries to statistically analyze the results. If a human can be fooled into believing that he/…she is talking to another human, Then, the test is completed and the bot program or A.I. is then eligible for the Loebner Prize, which is the prize awarded annually to the "Most Human Computer" This is how my understanding of the process has culminated through brief encounters with these matters over the past 8 to 10 years. As to whether MR. Turing ever took his own test? Well, This observer can only speculate, I would encourage anyone who reads this to do research if they are so inclined. Some may care, some may not, but the question "will" remain, that much is clear if it is un-answered.":) One final note: It is curious to note that the number of bots available for "Chatting" has increased by at least three-fold over the last 10 years or so. Maybe even at a more rapid rate. One more point, and then I shall lay this "matter" to rest. The rate of "Shall we call it: "Intellectual Prowess" has definitely been on the incline in bots of all sorts. This seems mainly due to a dedicated band of "like-minded" citizens (I don't like to label!) that have done some meticulous work at keeping ahead of the "Curve" so to speak. Respectfully submitted by: Horace Edmunds
It's a test - of a machine's capability to mimic human behaviour so precisely - that it is impossible to distinguish it from a real person. The test involves a 'subject' p…laced in a room separate from the computer and person - so they can't see each other. The subject then communicates with the human and the computer via computer screens. If the subject cannot distinguish between computer or human responses - then the computer is deemed to have passed the test.