In February 2011, when IBM's Watson defeated the human champions, Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter, in the Jeopardy Challenge, some thought we had witnessed proof sufficient to declare the Turing Test unnecessary.
What does TT stand for?
TT stands for Turing Test (Artificial Intelligence)
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An even sadder case is that of Alan Turing, the British computer scientist and mathematician who helped break German codes during World War II and devised the Turing test for determining if a machine has human-like intelligence.
As commonly described, the Turing test involves a human posing questions to an unseen respondent, either another human or a computer programmed to pretend to be human.
The technology offers a number of improvements on the current mode of verification, the Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart (CAPTCHA), which most people will recognize as the distorted text test websites occasionally display when completing forms or buying tickets.
CAPTCHA (Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart) is a challenge-response test that ensures that a response during a user logon is not computer-generated but instead is truly entered by a human hand, by requiring a user to manually enter a small amount of text displayed in an image to help prevent automated registration and fraud.
lt;p>CAPTCHA (Completely Automated Public Turing Test to Tell Computers and Humans Apart) is the technology that uses distorted, scrambled characters to block automated registration of accounts.
Alan Turing cracked Nazi codes and became known as the father of computer science, developing the Turing machine and Turing test for thinking machines.
The judges chose his book The Turing Test, with its tales of robots, alien planets, genetic manipulation and virtual reality, over collections by Anne Enright, Shena Mackay, Ali Smith and Gerard Donovan.