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The Turing Test is badly understood, particularly by – weird or what – computationalists.
It is very obvious when presented directly. What Turing said was that, if a conscious human synthetic entity was accomplished, the test for authenticity would require only that the synthetic was able to interact with a human picked off the street without and pass off as a human.
The test is only legitimate for conscious human synthetic A.I. It has to a human like intelligence, because the point about the human pulled off the street is that, any arbitrary human is an expert on what it’s like