Here's an article explaining why the news that a computer has passed the Turing test for the first time is somewhere between overblown and outright false.
Regardless, it's clear that chatbots can now fool some of the people some of the time – not because the chatbots are superb yet, but because a lot of people have really poorly developed faculties for discrimination.
I'm not a big enthusiast of the Turing Test, anyway. (By the way, I say that as someone who has huge respect for Alan Turing's work in general.) Dialogue mimicry is a pretty low standard / irrelevant aside for artificial intelligence, compared to things like the ability to generate and test conjectures based on context.