A computer has passed the Turing test for humanity – should we be worried?

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Giles Fraser
The Guardian
Loose canon
A computer has passed the Turing test for humanity – should we be worried?
In essence, being human is fundamentally a moral category not a biometric one – it is unlikely that artificial intelligence will ever surpass us on this score
14 June 2014

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ArticleDate14 June 2014 +
ArticleSummaryIn essence, being human is fundamentally a moral category not a biometric one – it is unlikely that artificial intelligence will ever surpass us on this score +
ArticleUrlhttp://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/belief/2014/jun/13/computer-turing-test-humanity +
ArticleYear2014 +
Column nameLoose canon +
Commentator nameGiles Fraser +
Journal nameThe Guardian +