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Re: Strip 4 - Turing Today and in the Future
« Reply #1 on: July 23, 2014, 07:11:56 pm »
Wait a minute!  Ricky already figured out how to get Hal to say -Duh!-

It's a valid response!

But IMHO, the test should not be to trick humans into believing they are talking to a human but rather to allow the machine to respond as a machine that has SELF-AWARENESS of its virtual reality.

Judges would then have to figure out which entrant was in fact NOT a machine instead of the other way around.

I believe the outcome would be quite different and might show a larger proportion of judges would be unable to judge the difference between a human acting as a machine and a machine just being itself.