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A brief history of the Turing Test.


The Turing Test was developed by Alan Turing in 1950. Alan Turing was a renowned English mathematician, logician, cryptographer, and computer scientist. He is widely known for his notable work of developing the Universal Turing Machine in 1936, which is said to form the basis of the first computers. Alan Turing also played a crucial role in breaking the German Enigma Code during World War II. In 1950, Alan Turing introduced the Turing test in his paper "Computing Machinery and Intelligence."

Move aside, Alexa! 'World's most sophisticated' AI assistant launches on £399 games console

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Looking at the latest TRDR Pocket video games console, you would never think it hosted one of the most sophisticated AI voice assistants on the market today. The £399 Gameboy-like device, which is the second handheld console developed by British company Go Games, has a boxy, retro appearance, with a shiny aluminium body and a 3.5-inch touchscreen display. It runs Android, giving users access to over 600,000 games and apps from the Google Play Store, including Fortnite and Call of Duty. The original TRDR Pocket, which was released in 2021 in partnership with American rapper and social media influencer Soulja Boy, shipped over 100,000 units. However, the reviews were far from glowing - with some pointing out it was almost identical to the Retroid Pocket, while others complained that the small touch screen made it awkward to type text and play certain games like shooters.

The idea that the Inflation Reduction Act reduces inflation is 'something out of George Orwell': Larry Kudlow

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KUDLOW: The idea that it's inflation reduction is something out of George Orwell. By the way, the CBO came out with a preliminary scorecard, just preliminary stuff. But actually, the deficit gets worse for the next four years until it gets better after that. But, the getting better is full of gimmicks. So I don't believe a word of it.

Can Computer Think


Though controversial, Turing's test did seem to have the right thought. He predicted that a robot would beat his test around the 2000s and in 2013, one did. But can robots really think? Should they be allowed to think? Let us know in the comments below.

Artificial Intelligence


The science and engineering of creating intelligent machines, particularly intelligent computer programs, is what John McCarthy, the father of artificial intelligence, defines as artificial intelligence. Artificial intelligence is a technique for teaching a computer, a robot that is controlled by a computer, or a piece of software to think critically, much like an intelligent person would. It is possible to create intelligent software and systems by first studying how the human brain works, as well as how people learn, make decisions, and collaborate when attempting to solve a problem. The curiosity of man led him to wonder, "Can a machine think and behave like humans do?" while utilizing the power of computer systems. The goal behind the development of AI was to imbue machines with intelligence that is comparable to and valued highly by humans.

What is Artificial Intelligence? How Does AI Work?


Less than a decade after helping the Allied Forces win World War II by breaking the Nazi encryption machine Enigma, mathematician Alan Turing changed history a second time with a simple question: "Can machines think?" Turing's 1950 paper Computing Machinery and Intelligence and its subsequent Turing Test established the fundamental goal and vision of AI. At its core, AI is the branch of computer science that aims to answer Turing's question in the affirmative. It is the endeavor to replicate or simulate human intelligence in machines. The expansive goal of AI has given rise to many questions and debates.

What is Artificial Intelligence? Guide to AI


By any measure, artificial intelligence (AI) has become big business. According to Gartner, customers worldwide will spend $62.5 billion on AI software in 2022. And it notes that 48 percent of CIOs have either already deployed some sort of AI software or plan to do so within the next twelve months. All that spending has attracted a huge crop of startups focused on AI-based products. CB Insights reported that AI funding hit $15.1 billion in the first quarter of 2022 alone.

History of Artificial Intelligence


Through generations, the field of artificial intelligence has persevered and become a hugely significant part of modern life. Of the myriad technological advances of the 20th and 21st centuries, one of the most influential is undoubtedly artificial intelligence (AI). From search engine algorithms reinventing how we look for information to Amazon's Alexa in the consumer sector, AI has become a major technology driving the entire tech industry forward into the future. According to a study from Grand View Research, the global AI industry was valued at $93.5 billion in 2021. AI as a force in the tech industry exploded in prominence in the 2000s and 2010s, but AI has been around in some form or fashion since at least 1950 and arguably stretches back even further than that.

Will Artificial Intelligence Rule The World?


NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 09: A working Enigma cipher machine that along with the 1942 56-page notebook ... [ ] belonging to codebreaker Alan Turing is to be auctioned Bonham's auction house on April 9, 2015 in New York City. The notebook is to be auctioned in New York on Monday. The notebook alone is expected to go for $1 million. Turing's life and work were recently brought to life in the 2014 blockbuster "The Imitation Game", which drew eight Oscar nominations. The Swiss government's Spiez Laboratory, one of whose specialisations is the study of deadly toxins and infectious diseases, is located right in the heart of Switzerland, incidentally not too far away from the Reichenbach Falls, where Sherlock Holmes vanquished Professor Moriarty (more about him later) in'The Final Problem'.

What are issues with the philosophy of #artificialintelligence? We - Pinaki Laskar on LinkedIn


AI Researcher, Cognitive Technologist Inventor - AI Thinking, Think Chain Innovator - AIOT, XAI, Autonomous Cars, IIOT Founder Fisheyebox Spatial Computing Savant, Transformative Leader, Industry X.0 Practitioner What are issues with the philosophy of #artificialintelligence? We witness how a new kind of real intelligence emerges, as Deus ex Machina AI vs. Homo Sapiens Sapiens. We all are missing a critical point with #AI that it is machine philosophy per se, as far as philosophy is the study of the fundamental nature of knowledge, reality, and existence. Real AI is all about the modeling and simulating reality/existence/world, its knowledge of entities and relationships, as of facts and data and fundamental causes, phenomena, laws and rules, and patterns, the sum of universal knowledge. It is all started from the fundamental conception initiated by Alan Turing's proposal in his paper "Computing Machinery and Intelligence", in which the question "Can machines think?" was wrongly replaced with the question "Can machines do what we (as thinking entities) can do?". As a result, we got two polar types of AI, Real & True AI and Human-Like AI.