The Turing Test’s imitation game is traditionally played by three parties: a human person (A), a computer (B), and a human interrogator (C). A and B are in a room apart. By communicating through a teletype connection, it is the interrogator’s goal to determine, which of his two partners in the room apart is human and which is the computer. Hence the question is: Can (B) be made to play satisfactorily the part of (A), such that (C) mistakes the one for the other?
von Pamela Ravasio im Buch Personal Information Organisation (2004)