The Most Human Human
Brian Christian looks at the state of artificial intelligence today and reports on the annual Loebner Prize event where the Turing Test is administered to the most advanced computer programs in the world to determine if computers can ‘think.’ He competed for the ‘Most Human Human Award.’ This event was hosted by Elliott Bay Book Company in Seattle. He responded to questions from members of the audience. close
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