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Funkzter662(): socks :-) pmtorrone(): where are you? Funkzter662(): i dont remember anyomre lol pmtorrone(): what are you wearing? s an entire group of people tricking others (using humans) to show themselves on webcams and then posting their photos. s the how-to on that as well, careful out there kids?So far, though, Weizenbaum has been right about machines’ limitations: Despite significant advancements (and some exaggerated claims from bot makers), no one has been able to pass a true Turing test.“The hardest thing in the Turing test issue is that there’s no limit on what people can talk about,” says Michael “Fuzzy” Mauldin, the founder of Lycos and the creator of Verbots, a popular chatbot development tool from the 1990s.“And even if you tell people to restrict their conversations to a single topic, they bring in their entire world experience.”Even recent advances in big data and artificial intelligence haven’t solved the problem.Here's a fun one; not really a hack, but we suppose it could be used for all sorts of things, like blackmailing your friends and family, or at least embarrassing them. We might suggest sending the bot to your boss, that way when you? If you and your friends use AIM (AOL Instant Messenger) or i Chat you can send an AIM "bot" to go and chat with your pal(s) and then have the conversation emailed back to you. re up for a raise and he tries to shaft you with a 1.5% per annum, when you you deserve a 1.7%, you can show him the logs where he chatted the night away with ? It may seem paradoxical, but this shift away from humanity might be what finally allows chatbots to succeed.In 1966, long before Hoffer and his colleagues created Smarter Child, an MIT computer scientist named Joseph Weizenbaum published ELIZA, a program for mimicking human conversation.
(Smarter Child’s creators don’t shy from the notion that trying to trick the bot was a popular pastime.But what really made this chatbot unique was how it straddled the line between human-like interaction and machine-like utility.If you wanted, you could have a pleasant conversation with Smarter Child, which relied on the same concept of pattern matching and scripted answers that ELIZA used decades earlier. We did send it after some of our friends, some of which are not too happy with us right now, sorry about that? But in all fairness, we sent the bot after our own account in order to post it here; here? Funkzter662(): hey there pmtorrone(): hi Funkzter662(): how r you? pmtorrone(): writing about bots Funkzter662(): whats your name again? Funkzter662(): ripe old age of 17 ;-) pmtorrone(): do you have a webcam? m stacey pmtorrone(): hi Funkzter662(): what are you doin? Funkzter662(): in my room pmtorrone(): how old are you? Funkzter662(): :-p pmtorrone(): bye Funkzter662(): aww?
Still, the bots you’re seeing today don’t much resemble Smarter Child and its predecessors—or , for that matter.