We seek submissions that concretely address points of relevance to the creation of new Turing-inspired challenges. Submissions might address issues such as 

(1) choice of test materials, perhaps of incremental complexity; 

(2) evaluation metrics; 

(3) logistics of the competition (for example, in terms of the availability of sample scenarios, duration, diversity and level of human participation, and others). 

Furthermore, we also welcome submissions of experienced researchers on what can be learned from existing Turing-test related competitions, in terms of science or implementation. We envision that all submissions will include a connection between the concrete points proposed and the expected underlying advancement of AI science and development.

Submissions should be a maximum of two pages in AAAI format. Styles, macros, and guidelines for this format are located in the AAAI-15 AuthorKit which is available for download.

Submissions will be selected by a program committee, still to be formed. The selection will be based on criteria such as relevance, significance, and the ability of proposed tests to foster important new research in AI.

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