2000. The constructing of a typical, humanlike intelligence, as challenging a goal because it may seem, is still the imaginative and prescient. A third frame of mind to AI builds on the assumption that intelligence is obtained, held, and validated only through relationships with other clever agents. In “Computing Machinery and Intelligence,” Turing addresses the question of which functions are a must have for intelligence with an offer for what has become the generally accepted test for desktop intelligence. A human interrogator is attached by terminal to two topics, one a human and the other a computing device. If the interrogator fails as generally as he or she succeeds in figuring out which is the human and which the desktop, the computing device may be considered intelligent. Some dynamics of society seem inevitably linked, relocating in tandem as even though some invisible lynch pin have been pushed through their respective cores. Poverty and crime. Violence and counter violence. Wealth and indifference. Frustration and destruction. Fanaticism and irrationality.