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Vicarious AI Passes Turing Test

10/28/2013 07:45 AM EDT
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Someone is going to have a field day
AZskibum   10/28/2013 11:53:36 AM
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So now the standard technique of identifying a bot from a human for purposes of account creation has been defeated, and lots of people -- mostly not with good intent -- are going to have a field day with this.

While it is fascinating to see the Turing Test passed by this particular AI, I have to wonder why this particular application of that AI was chosen.

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