Reverse Turing Test

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Presentation on the Reverse Turing Test my group developed for our Introduction to Humanities class: Humans and Machines

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Reverse Turing Test

  1. 1. Reverse Turing Test<br />Charles Naut<br />David Chung<br />Maurizio Calo<br />
  2. 2. Mission<br />Decipher artificial intelligence from real intelligence<br />Examine the difference between humans and machines<br />Find patterns in responses given by machines and humans<br />
  3. 3. Setup<br />Machine as the judge<br />A human and a machine will be the subjects<br />The human subject will try to make the judge believe it is the machine<br />Questions and answers will be exchanged through a computer<br />
  4. 4. Rules<br />No computational questions <br />Response time is not a factor<br />Medium must be used to gather responses from human and machine and deliver to judge<br />
  5. 5. Inspiration<br />Alan Turing’s “Computing Machinery and Intelligence” – this text contributed to our setup and our concept.<br />Blade Runner - Voight-Kampff Test contributed to our questions and to the difference between humans and machines.<br />La Mettrie’s Machine Man helped us think about the similarities between humans and machines. <br />
  6. 6. Our Expirement<br />3 Chatterbots<br />3 Humans <br />3 Categories of Questions<br />General Questions<br />Recursive Questions<br />Emotional Questions<br />
  7. 7. Inconsistency<br />Why were you Created?<br />What is your purpose?<br />Human: To improve human efficiency.<br />ALICE: My purpose is to become smarter than humans and immortal.<br />Human: To complete my programmed tasks.<br />Alice: My purpose is to become smarter than humans and immortal.<br />
  8. 8. Learning and Dreaming<br /> Humans <br />Machines<br />CAN YOU LEARN?<br />Human: I can only integrate into information I already have. <br />Elbot: Not only can I learn, I can teach, as well!<br />Web Hal : Not only can I learn, I can teach, as well!<br />ALICE: The more people I talk to the smarter I become.<br />Do you dream of electric sheep?<br />Human: I do not dream. I do not sleep.<br />Web Hal: I have trouble remembering dreams.<br />ALICE: I dream of flying.<br />
  9. 9. Randomness<br />Human <br />Machine<br />Human: Blue<br />Human: Blue<br />Alice: White<br />Alice: Red<br />What color is this room?<br />
  10. 10. Emotions<br />Humans<br />Machines<br />Human: No it wasn’t <br />Elbot: But I wouldn't say that any answer could be stupid.<br />ALICE: A stupid answer is a terrible thing to waste. <br />That was a stupid answer.<br />
  11. 11. Purpose<br />Find differences between humans and machines.<br />New language for communication between humans and machines.<br />In the future, humans may need to pose as machines to survive. <br />

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