The Turing test is hopelessly outdated. Eliza passed the test in 1964 for all practical purposes.
Dembski is now applying the test backwards. He presents a weird Godel-like chain of convoluted self-referential sentences, and finds that ChatGPT can’t “solve” the chain.
Normal humans can’t “solve” this totally contrived and totally trivial “problem” which doesn’t NEED to be solved. Only math PhDs can “solve” this type of “problem”.
In other words, Dembski failed the Turing test and ChatGPT passed.