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For the crowdsourcing website, see Amazon Mechanical Turk. The Turk, also known as the Mechanical Turk or Automaton Chess Player ( German: Schachtürke, "chess Turk"; Hungarian: A Török ), was a fake chess-playing machine constructed in the late 18th century.What is a Mechanical Turk in chess?
Known initially as the Automaton Chess Player and later as the Mechanical Turk—or just the Turk—the machine consisted of a mechanical man dressed in robes and a turban who sat at a wooden cabinet that was overlaid with a chessboard. The Turk was designed to play chess against any opponent game enough to challenge him.Where did the Turk first appear?
The Turk made its debut in 1770 at Schönbrunn Palace, about six months after Pelletier's act. Kempelen addressed the court, presenting what he had built, and began the demonstration of the machine and its parts.What is Amazon Mechanical Turk (AMT)?
Amazon Mechanical Turk provides a flexible platform that enables us to harness human knowledge to advance machine learning research.” A large, seemingly overwhelming task can sometimes be transformed into a set of smaller, more manageable microtasks that can each be accomplished independently.