For five years, the annual BotPrize competition has been using a variant of the Turing Test known as a "Computer game bot Turing Test" to challenge programmers, researchers and hobbyists to create a bot for Unreal Tournament 2004 (UT2004) that is indistinguishable from a human player. Fittingly, in the centenary year of Turings birth, not one but two teams have finally claimed the prize by achieving humanness ratings of over 50 percent. In comparison, human players received an average humanness rating of just over 40 percent... Continue Reading More human than human: AI game bots pass Turing Test
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