Brelstaff, Gavin James and Chessa, Francesca (2005) Practical application of visual illusions: errare humanum est. In: Proceedings APGV 2005: 2nd Symposium on Applied Perception in Graphics and Visualization, 26-28 August 2005, Coroña, Spain. New York, ACM. p. 161. ISBN 1-59593-139-2. Conference or Workshop Item.
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As a failing peculiar to animate visual systems, visual illusions might be used to distinguish humans from "computer bots", or any other artificial intelligence empowered with a visual capacity. Any such entity is unlikely to suffer the same illusions as our own, unless, of course, it has been specifically engineered to do so. This approach inverts, and complements, the logic of the Turing test: not requiring evidence of an intelligent capacity equivalent to that of human beings, but rather that of a characteristic human failing.
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