With regards to the war on terror (Al Qaeda and the like), did the Obama administration stop torturing?
Senate report: CIA misled public on torture says that Obama has outlawed torture / "enhanced interrogation techniques"
Obama outlawed enhanced interrogation techniques soon after becoming President in 2009 and admitted in August "we tortured some folks." As commander in chief, he faces many of the same dilemmas on how to fight terrorism as his predecessor. But the tone of his response to the report was nevertheless critical.
but do external organisations (eg the UN, Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch) conclude that the United States stopped torturing?
(No doubt there's some actions by the United States government unrelated to terrorism that can be described as torture, such as some state-level government mistreating people who committed civilian crimes. That's outside the scope of this question)