After 64 years, a computer has finally passed the Turing Test designed to make a machine exhibit intelligent behaviour indistinguishable from that of humans in double-blind trials.
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Google is celebrating the 100th anniversary of Alan Turing's birth with a new interactive doodle that's a virtual version of the Turing Machine that the late mathematician proposed in the 1930s.
Alan Turing, widely considered to be the father of computer science and artificial intelligence, won't be receiving a posthumous pardon for his 1952 conviction of "gross indecency."