Russian computer program passed the Turing test
Simulates human intelligence a computer program called Eugene developed by Russian engineer Vladimir Veselov and Ukrainian Eugene Demchenko, became the first in the history of the program, which managed to pass the Turing test. She managed to convince 33% of the jury, that they talking 13-year-old English boy from Odessa by the name of Eugene Gustman. The program is a chat-bot.
Alan Turing died in 1954, developed the test for successful artificial intelligence. During the test, the jury communicates through a text interface with the test program and people. Successful is the result that 30% of the jury believe that I communicate with man, not with artificial intelligence. The Result Of Eugene Goostman — 33%. It was his second attempt: the first time to take the test failed.