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Apr 29, 2013
It is not trivial because a cauliflower is doing all his computation now! I could program a more convincing AI than phb"manages" to be.
 
 
Oct 15, 2012
Weird, yet great!
 
 
Jan 27, 2012
@ staindheart420: The fact that you spelled phrases wrong, did it twice, and don't care indicates that Dilbert may be too deep for you. Stongly suggest you read something lighter...like Peanuts, or Family Circle...or a blank wall.
 
 
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Dec 2, 2010
I too had to Google Turing test, for the benefit of others below is the definition.

"A test proposed by British mathematician Alan Turing, and often taken as a test of whether a computer has humanlike intelligence. If a panel of human beings conversing with an unknown entity (via keyboard, for example) believes that that entity is human, and if the entity is actually a computer, then the computer is said to have passed the Turing test."
 
 
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Oct 20, 2009
Yep, had to google the turing test, too - but my IT-knowledgeable husband thinks it´s not correct to refer to the Turing test in this context. That is too trivial a view on Turing tests. Whatever.
 
 
 
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