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And, in fact, since it is able to conversate with a human and to actually fool him and convince him that the machine is human, this would seem t... ... middle of paper ... ...ing Test and scientists of AI have different opinions about it. However there are some facts of which we can be sure of. The Turing Test was invented by a great scientist, it has had a long and rich history of 55 years and has played an important role in the science of Artificial Intelligence. Bibliography Artificial Intelligence. BBC.