'I am human': 'Supercomputer' passes Turing Test for first time


For the first time, a 'supercomputer' deceived real humans into thinking that it’s a 13-year-old boy, scoring a historic win for artificial intelligence – but then again...

A Russian "supercomputer" has been claimed as the first computer in the world to be mistaken for a real person during a competition slash experiment based on the so-called "Turing Test" conducted at the Royal Society in London to mark the 60th anniversary of the death of Alan Turing, "father of modern computing".

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