Behaviorial disposition interpretation
A system is intelligent if it is behaviorally disposed to pass the Turing Test. In this interpretation, neither passing the test nor failing the test is conclusive, because intelligence doesn't require passing but only a disposition to pass.
Argument anticipated by Ned Block, 1981.
Artificial Intelligence »Artificial Intelligence
Can the Turing Test determine this? [2]  »Can the Turing Test determine this? [2] 
Yes: defines intelligence operationally/behaviorally »Yes: defines intelligence operationally/behaviorally
Behaviorial disposition interpretation
Human judges are unreliable »Human judges are unreliable
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