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    Doesn't exist in a pronouncing dictionary

    I read about Turing Test :(a test in artificial intelligence in which a human interrogator attempts to determine whether an unseen entity is human or a computer)

    It refers to Alan Turing, so, Turing is a person name.
    Can some body show me how it is pronounced?

    TIA


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    Re: Doesn't exist in a pronouncing dictionary

    Quote Originally Posted by e-mmb View Post
    I read about Turing Test :(a test in artificial intelligence in which a human interrogator attempts to determine whether an unseen entity is human or a computer)

    It refers to Alan Turing, so, Turing is a person name.
    Can some body show me how it is pronounced?

    TIA
    Welcome to the forums.

    See here: Turing - Definitions from Dictionary.com

    and here: turing - Definition from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary


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    Re: Doesn't exist in a pronouncing dictionary

    Thank you very much for your help :)

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