Sunday, 8 June 2014

Eugene Goostman chatbot passes Turing Test

It might be time to start being nicer to your laptop, because a supercomputer program has passed the Turing Test for the first time in history. On Saturday, at the Turing Test 2014, the chatbot Eugene Goostman convinced the judges 33 percent of the time that it was a human being and not a computer. The event was organized by the University of Reading’s School of Systems Engineering and held on Saturday at the Royal Society in London... Continue Reading Eugene Goostman chatbot passes Turing Test

Section: Computers

Tags: Artificial Intelligence, Competition, Computer, Royal Society, Supercomputer,University of Reading

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