Defining an instance of Feigenbaum test

Defining an instance of Feigenbaum test (from wikipedia: generally defined as a variant of the Turing test where a computer software attemps to imitate a human expert in a given field): Translating French into Corsican.
We expect 98% accuracy and lack of gross errors in order to pass this Feigenbaum test.

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