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Winograd Schema Challenge Results: AI Common Sense Still a Problem, For Now

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    After a chatbot pretending to be a 13-year-old named Eugene Goostman "passed" a Turing Test a few years ago, experts in artificial intelligence got together and decided that a traditional Turing Test might not be all that effective in measuring the intelligence of a computer program after all. Instead, they came up with (among many other things) the Winograd Schema Challenge, which is intended to determine how well an artificial intelligence system handles common sense reasoning: understanding the basics about how the world works, and implementing that knowledge in useful and accurate ways.

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