So, is the Turing Test now redundant?  

Whereas previously the test was of a machine's ability to exhibit intelligent behavior equivalent to, or indistinguishable from, that of a human, should it now be round the other way?

Should we be looking to see whether a human being can measure up to the ability of a machine, when the machine started with no experience whatsoever and simply learned from making every mistake that it was possible to make - but incredibly quickly.

AI is going to change our world in terms of capacity for gaining experience and exploiting it. That we know.

At what point will we be able to feed that learning back into the human mind?

Just a thought...