Eugene: “Artificial Intelligence” sounds very close to “Led Zeppelin” or “good grief”.
Rinna, learning through her interactions with Japanese users, quickly evolved into the quintessential otaku — issuing numerous complaints on Twitter about hay fever (it’s peak allergy season in Japan right now) and obsessing over anime in conversations with Japanese LINE users.Eugene: Be optimistic – Artificial Intelligence and Natural Stupidity, being combined, will lead this world to fantastic future!Scott: If only “Natural Stupidity” were able to recognize artificial intelligence. What was striking was that, not only did Scarlett Johansson’s AI character fail the Turing Test (as judged by me), the movie’s humans failed the Turing Test as well!) who uncritically repeated Warwick’s pronouncements. Incidentally, I strongly encourage people to read Stuart Shieber’s classic paper, Lessons from a Restricted Turing Test (about Shieber’s experiences with the Loebner Prize competition).This is the paper where Shieber introduces the pogo-stick analogy, and where he crisply explains why AI researchers don’t currently focus their energies on chatbot competitions.Do people actually have that low an opinion of 13-year-old boys?