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Turing may also refer to:
- Turing machine, an abstract symbol-manipulating device invented by Alan Turing
- Church-Turing thesis, an hypothesis about the nature of computation (i.e., that anything computable can be computed by a Turing machine)
- Turing completeness, a level of computational power equivalent to that of a Turing machine
- Turing test, a test of artificial intelligence in which an artificial intelligence program tries to mimic the conversational interactions of a human
- Reverse Turing test, similar in setup to a Turing test, but in which the roles of human and computer are switched (e.g., a human tries to mimic the interactions of an artificial intelligence program)
- Turing Award, the annual award given by the Association for Computing Machinery for outstanding contributions of a technical nature to the computing community
- Turing Center, a research center at the University of Washington
- Turing (cipher), a cryptographic stream cipher
- Turing (programming language), a Pascal-based programming language used in teaching computer science
- Turing Number, another term for a CAPTCHA
- Turing Police, a fictional law enforcement agency in the novel Neuromancer
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