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+ - Chatbot Eugene wins biggest Turing test ever->

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An anonymous reader writes "Eugene Goostman, a chatbot imbued with the personality of a 13 year old boy, won the biggest Turing test ever staged, on 23 June, the 100th anniversary of the birth of Alan Turing. Held at Bletchley Park near Milton Keynes, UK, where Turing cracked the Nazi Enigma code during World War 2, the test involved over 150 separate conversations, 30 judges, 25 hidden humans and five elite, chattering software programs."Thirteen years old is not too old to know everything and not too young to know nothing," explains Eugene's creator Vladimir Veselov."
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