Artificial Intelligence: Should we or shouldn't we


#61

I use artificial neural networks in my day to day work. so does your bank, so do marketing companies blah blah. I am fairly sure computers will become self aware. Whether it’s good… If they sound like Scarlett johannsenn, I will be fine with it.


#62

There's a lot of myth and misconception swirling around Alan Turing's behaviourist focussed "Computer Machinery and Intelligence" paper but it is noteworthy that a chat bot program called "Eugene Goostman" has just successfully completed the "Imitation Game", commonly known as "The Turing Test".

Mind you, since when did 33% constitute a pass mark?

http://io9.com/a-chatbot-has-passed-the-turing-test-for-the-first-ti-1587834715

 

There is a  Princeton based link to an online version of the chatbot but right now it appears to be down


#63

Eugene's up again but a bit slow. Guess it's been an exhausting day for him.

http://www.princetonai.com/bot/bot.jsp


#64

fkn srsly?

 

Can you believe it's nearly thirty years since Live Aid?

   

I'd like to be more acquainted with this so-called "behavianal" - sorry - "behavioral" studies centre!

 

Yeah, I'm convinced that's an eleven year-old kid and not a bot.


#65

China Debuts an AI-Generated 'News Anchor

We can bring back Eric Pearce.


#66

Thread bump of the Year,


#67

How friggin’ drunk was I four years ago?


#68

About the same as now?


#69

“wimmera1, you are a big fat (drunken) idiot.”


#70

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#71

If I had night shift last night then, maybe…
But I did not.


#72

Shift work must suck… I can barely sleep properly without shift work.


#73

I think if you drink and smoke, eat lots of processed foods and have a sedentary lifestyle it’s not so bad.
I don’t think any of you hikers could handle it.