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The paper "A partial implemenation of the BICA Cognitive Decathlon using the Psychology Experiment Building Language (PEBL)" described a set of tests developed in PEBL that could be used to test both human and machine intelligence. The original Cognitive Decathlon was developed for a DARPA program called BICA (Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures), which was cancelled before it got off the ground, but it eventually spawned the BICA Society (http://bicasociety.org). The original specification for the BICA "Cognitive Decathlon" consisted of about 20 tests or versions of tests. Many of these have now been implemented in PEBL, including: *[[Object Comparison Test]] *[[Visual Search Test]] *[[PEBL Trail-making task]] *[[Traveling Salesman Task]] *[[Bechara's Gambling Task]] *[[PEBL Compensatory Tracker]] *[[Aimed Movement Task]] *[[Device Mimicry Test]] Currently, all of these tests other than the traveling salesman test are distributed along with the [[PEBL Test Battery]]. ==See Also== *http://www.worldscinet.com/ijmc/02/0202/S1793843010000497.html *http://obereed.net/docs/Mueller2010.pdf *http://www.dod.gov/pubs/foi/darpa/08_F_0799Is_the_Turing_test_Still_Relevant.pdf *http://peblblog.blogspot.com/2010/10/cognitive-decathlon.html *http://www.wired.com/dangerroom/2010/09/darpa-robot-smarts/
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