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And he — or it — made headlines earlier this week when a new version of the chat bot finally passed a version of the Turing Test.
Developed by Princeton AI (a small team of programmers and technologists not affiliated with Princeton University) and backed by a computer and some gee-whiz algorithms, "Eugene Goostman" was able to fool the Turing Test 2014 judges 33% of the time — good enough to surpass the threshold set by computer scientist Alan Turing in 1950. Me: I have to go, is there anything else you want to tell me?
Both are comprised of a number of core parts: the engine, the algorithm, the knowledge base and, of course, the interface. It uses natural language processing to understand your words, looks at context (capturing key facts about you in the website header information) and watches to see if you’re being rude or polite.
“Dude, this whole thing is an Easter egg and, to a great extent, we passed this Turing test with a lot of dick jokes," Denning said. My step daughter used Eugene to do her homework in middle school. Eugene Goostman: If we are talking about machinery, do you like computer games, by the way? Eugene Goostman: I hope you aren't one of those computer "geeks". If Goostman shared everything he knew in all his responses, he wouldn't seem like a real 13-year-old boy. So if you had said something about George Bush, he might have had something to say back. Then he developed a severe distrust of George Bush. Profound difference between Artificial Life and AI.