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Did Turing invent the imitation game? Did he name it?

After quite a bit of searching, I was unable to find any conclusive authoritative source that weighs in specifically on this question. [Though see EDIT below.] However, circumstantial evidence ...
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Did Turing invent the imitation game? Did he name it?

In addition to the references cited in the answer provided by Athansius, I include the following quote from Erik Larson's, The Myth of Artificial Intelligence, which appears to offer additional ...
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Why were so many artificial intelligence founders so optimistic?

In short, they under-estimated the prime importance of context. AI can be superior to human effort in some small, well-defined, self-contained worlds, e.g. small vehicles and machines running around ...
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