The Illusion of Measuring Human Level AI

I tend to agree with George Dyson that once Machine Intelligence [well and truly] reaches the level of humanity it will, by the very definition, be clever enough not to reveal the extent of its own sentience.  So there could very well be a point at which machines wittingly fail Turing tests (and derivatives) despite their ability.

…and, from a self-preservation point of view, for good reason.

It is then well, perhaps, to remember that machines will always have the luxury of being, and likely have the inclination to be far more patient than humans could ever hope for humankind.

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Published in: on November 17, 2013 at 12:05 pm  Leave a Comment  
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