Turing test of Artificial intelligence relies on interaction between two parties with the goal that one party convinces the other party that it has the same computational abilities.
I'm trying to formalize a new notion of machine Intelligence: the ability of Turing machines (algorithms) to recognize their programmer and that they were not generated randomly. This requires defining metrics to be used by Turing machines to measure the creative abilities of the programmer. We may allow interaction between the algorithm and the programmer.
How can we formalize such notion of AI? Has any similar idea been investigated before in TCS?
EDIT1: programmer here is a program that is able to generate other algorithms runnable on some computing device.
One motivation is whether intelligence of an algorithm is dependent on programmer's intelligence.
EDIT2: I'd like to formalize a notion for the intelligence and creativity of programs. Not all programs created equal. My question is an attempt to model and formalize aspects of intelligence that are not captured by current definitions of AI. For instance, Does an evolutionary algorithm possess any intelligence? If yes, What is the source of this intelligence?
EDIT3: My goal is to remove the subjectivity from Turing test. If the programmer is able to convince a Turing machine that it was the product of creativity of the programmer then the Turing machine is intelligent. Furthermore, the programmer is far more intelligent than the code he created. So, the challenge is how to formally convince the Turing machine that the programmer has superior computational abilities. In addition, the programmer must convince the Turing machine that those superior computational abilities are required and critical to the creation of the Turing machine code.