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Artificially intelligent game bots pass the Turing test on Turing's centenary

   
Artificially intelligent game bots pass the Turing test on Turing's centenary

Artificially intelligent game bots pass the Turing test on Turing's centenary. Obviously, there are a few flaws here, and I personally don't see this as a bot truly passing the Turing test, but it's still a pretty significant advance in AI.

Um, cool? Nothing is really specified about what it means to be human in there.

It means that, if a random definitively confirmed human is asked to identify whether or not 'subject x' seems human (in a context where either response is reasonable), there is a better than 50% chance that they will respond in the positive.

That is indeed a pretty awesome accomplishment, and while it isn't the real turing test (which is about social interactions, not gaming habits) it is very well done.

Does it teabag?

What got me - in the context of these being AI designed for a first person shooter game as aopponents, was the part about how they could be used in robotics for more pleasant interactions. The drones will shoot more nicely?

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The drones will shoot more nicely?
Friendly fire isn't. :P





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