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Informatics
Relating to a client-server computer environment in which performance increased in a linear fashion as more servers are added to the system.
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The list is potentially long (for example, Legg and Hutter [2007]), but should at least include the ability to (1) answer a wide variety of questions, (2) answer complex questions, (3) demonstrate commonsense and world knowledge, and (4) acquire new knowledge scalably. In addition, a suitable test should be clearly measurable, graduated (have a variety of levels of difficulty), not gameable, ambitious but realistic, and motivating.
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