The Turing Test "is a test of a machine's ability to exhibit intelligent behavior equivalent to, or indistinguishable from, that of a human. Alan Turing proposed that a human evaluator would judge natural language conversations between a human and a machine that is designed to generate human-like responses" is a function that will allow students to think both "Conceptually & Critically" about the connection and relationship that humans have with computers.
Ultimately, it is through Human Intelligence which provides for the computer to operate in the manner it does, and to provide it with the power to do things that at one time were unimaginable.
For both the Auditory Learner and the Visual Learner, an explanation of the Turing Test would be in order: I would provided three (3) different approaches in explaining the "Turner Test" and "Artificial Intelligence"
I would have the students collaborate to discuss which of the three sources of information provide them with the best understanding of what the "Turner Test" is, and its importance. Once done, I would have students share out with the class for feedback from other students in the class.