Once again the Turing test is passed and once again it is treated as a prank.
Ether the 'bot passed the Turing test, or thousands of Redditors fail it every day.
15 posts • joined 10 Jun 2016
Give it all the information a human would have and it starts to act like a human.
Think about it, You know who is racist and sexist? Humans that's who.
OK not all humans, didn't mean to offend anyone here who might be one of those.
But maybe just maybe "acting like a human" is not a good intelligence test.
It seems to me the UK did a lot of trading outside Europe before the UK joined the EU. All manner of agreements, not trading only on WTO terms.
Without definitively claiming Brexit is any damn good, I assert that not everything bad or unusual in the UK is caused by it, nor will it immanentize the eschaton.
As it might be climate change, Trump being president, infidels occupying Palestine, or what have you.
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