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  1. Turing believed that by the end of the 20th century             it would be possible to program a digital computer  to play the imitation game.  Although modern computers still cannot pass the Turing test, it provides a basis for the verification and validation  of knowledge-based systems.
  2. A program thought intelligent in some narrow area of expertise is evaluated by comparing its performance with the performance of a human expert.
  3. To build an intelligent computer system, we have to capture, organise and use human expert knowledge in some narrow area of expertise.