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Chatbot Beats Turing Test, Effectively Tricks 1 Out Of 3 Humans Into Thinking It’s A Person

alan-turing-statue.jpg A Russian chatbot called Eugene Goostman has effectively become the first program to beat the Turing Test and convince more than 30 % of the people it chatted with that it was human as well. I would have never fallen for that. Hello. “Hi.” IT ‘S A ROBOTIC– IT ‘S A F *** ING ROBOT.

“Eugene” and four other computerized competitors took part Saturday at the Turing Test 2014 Competitors at the Royal Society in London. Each chatterbox was needed to engage in a series of five-minute text-based conversations with a panel of judges. The guidelines specify that a computer system passes the test if it is mistaken for a human even more than 30 % of the time. Eugene managed to encourage 33 % of the judges it was human, the only machine-contender at the competitors – undoubtedly, if the event’s independent verifiers are to be thought, the only machine-contender in history – to do so.

First of all, the percentage of individuals fooled to be thought about a success should be much higher. I could quickly deceive 30 % of individuals of almost ANYTHING. I’m unsure how these judges’ intelligence compares to the basic population, but I’ve viewed my roomie invest well over an hour trying to convince a woman chatbot to send him a naked photo of herself. Obviously it never happened, so I printed out an entire page of 1′s and 0′s and left it in the printer. When he found it he asked what it was and I told him it appeared like the binary code for a racy picture. I’m very sure he’s masturbated to it by now. Thanks to everybody who sent this, half of which were convinced this declares the start of the end (which it does), the other half of which were wishing it will certainly cause a price-cut to the expense of signing up with chat-based wack-off websites.

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Chatbot Beats Turing Test, Effectively Tricks 1 Out Of 3 Humans Into Thinking It’s A Person

alan-turing-statue.jpg A Russian chatbot named Eugene Goostman has actually effectively ended up being the first program to beat the Turing Test and convince more than 30 % of the people it chatted with that it was human also. I would have never succumbed to that. Hey there. “Hey there.” IT ‘S A ROBOTIC– IT ‘S A F *** ING ROBOT.

“Eugene” and four other digital contenders participated Saturday at the Turing Test 2014 Competitors at the Royal Society in London. Each chatterbox was required to participate in a series of five-minute text-based discussions with a panel of judges. The rules state that a computer passes the test if it is mistaken for a human more than 30 % of the time. Eugene handled to persuade 33 % of the judges it was human, the only machine-contender at the competitors – undoubtedly, if the event’s independent verifiers are to be believed, the only machine-contender in history – to do so.

To start with, the percentage of individuals tricked to be thought about a success needs to be much higher. I could easily trick 30 % of individuals of practically ANYTHING. I’m uncertain how these judges’ intellect compares to the basic populace, but I’ve viewed my flatmate spend well over an hour attempting to encourage a lady chatbot to send him a naked photo of herself. Undoubtedly it never happened, so I printed out a whole page of 1′s and 0′s and left it in the printer. When he discovered it he asked exactly what it was and I informed him it appeared like the binary code for a racy photo. I’m quite sure he’s masturbated to it by now. Thanks to everybody who sent this, half which were encouraged this heralds the start of the end (which it does), the other half which were wishing it will lead to a price-cut to the expense of signing up with chat-based wack-off sites.

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robots killing humans?

Question by brifos420: robots killing humans?
can anyone answer me this: what was the 1st documented case of a robot killing a human in US?

Best answer:

Answer by Adam M
not till the 2030′s on the film with will smith…Irobot!

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FLAME – Dutch Robot walks like humans

Researcher Daan Hobbelen of TU Delft has developed a new, highly-advanced walking robot: Flame. This type of research, for which Hobbelen will receive his Ph…

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WARNING: Robots Will Kill All Humans In 30 Years

Alex welcomes Mike Adams of NaturalNews.com to discuss the coming singularity and AI Robots who will decide humans are no longer relevant and begin the mass …
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WARNING: Robots Will Kill All Humans In 30 Years

WARNING: Robots Will Kill All Humans In 30 Years

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MetaWatch’s Frank Nuovo on design, smartwatches, and humans

MetaWatch’s big announcement this week was the launch of its new Meta branding and design philosophy. The company is ditching its old, utilitarian smartwatches and replacing them with more elegant designs that take cues from the world of traditional watches. The man behind the new design is Frank Nuovo, the founder of Vertu and designer of many of Nokia’s most iconic phones. Nuovo sat down with The Verge to chat about design, smartwatches, and where we’re at in the world of smartphones.

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Robot sea turtle will map shipwrecks that humans can’t reach (video)

U-CAT robot sea turtle

Some shipwrecks are too costly or dangerous for humans to explore, but many underwater robots are too disruptive and unwieldy to serve as substitutes. The Tallinn Institute of Technology’s new U-CAT mapping robot solves that dilemma by imitating one of the ocean’s more graceful creatures: the sea turtle. The small machine uses flippers to get around instead of propellers, preventing it from kicking up silt (which would obscure its camera) and letting it turn on a dime. It’s also autonomous, which helps it venture deep into a wreck without worrying about cables. It’s sure to have a big impact on underwater archaeology, and you can see it in person if you swing by the London Science Museum between November 28th and December 1st. However, It will eventually map shipwrecks in the Baltic and Mediterranean Seas as part of the EU’s ARROWS Project, providing more detail than any diver could manage.

[Image credit: Tallin University of Technology, Flickr]

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What is your position on marriages between robots and humans?

Question by Waxy: What is your position on marriages between robots and humans?
I know it is a few years down the road, but in case it does come to be: Do you think robots and humans should be allowed to get married?

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Answer by E=MC2
I thunk that it will be the next thing after they legalize gay marriage. Then comes marriage between animals and humans.

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