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And we talk to the man who coded Cleverbot, a software program that learns from every new line of conversation it receives..that's chatting with more than 3 million humans each month. How does one design the evolution of empathy or imagination? How much emotional empathy do you display toward the object? Lincoln.) That is to say, with a little more work, JADABUMRAD just might someday pass the Turing Test, and go down in history as the first (putatively) "intelligent machine." Cheers! Online poker sites use computer players for two purposes: to fill in during times when the number of human players is low, and boost the confidence of people on the free-to-play sites (the computer players are average at best). I love this show, but I think I'll just start calling this the "Descartes" podcast because of how many fascinating shows you've done now which tease with the possibility of an alternative to Cartesian Dualism, even though Daniel Dennett Explained Consciousness 20 years ago. Cleverbot's response to the statement "an asteroid fell on my house" does not indicate that it is not human nor that it doesn't 'think' (at least, insofar as thinking is understood as making comparisons and judgments based on distinct criteria).
Then, five intrepid kids help us test a hypothesis about a toy designed to push our buttons, and play on our human empathy. We've been connecting with objects even before ancient Greeks talked to their weapons. So this makes me think about the recent episode of This American Life, where they take the Psychopath Test. Mark Johnson Without sounding like a cynical nutcase - the music industry, television, movies, literature, fashion trends... A person that does well on the free site is more likely to decide to play for money. The site's dirty little secret is that it uses computer programs to generate articles about stocks in the news. I love the subject, but for crying out loud, just get him on the show and settle the matter: "Mind is a pattern perceived by a mind."There was an interview this week on NPR with an author whose topic was "filtering" by the various entities on the internet, both manevolent and well-intended. I would suggest that Cleverbot's response in this case indicates that it is fully human, just psychopathic. I'm in no way an expert on any of this, but listening to Jad and Caleb Chung argue about life and whether or not a Furby has what constitutes life made me want to comment.
Then, we encounter a robot therapist whose inventor became so unnerved by its success that he pulled the plug. If you believe that humans have grown to our current state (that is, without being built from the top-down) then it seems it will be a long (or indefinite) time before robots acquire those human traits that require more than intelligence. My understanding is that the test between the Barbie, Furbie and Gerbie is one of emotional empathy. Hearing it on the show, it is almost (but not quite) convincing enough to fool 30% of the people all of the time (apologies to Mr. I know of two other examples of sites that use bots: online poker sites and Motley Fool. It is a multi-billion dollar industry that backs modern video games, automated telephone systems and definitely all types of military technology.And we meet a robot built to be so sentient that its creators hope it will one day have a consciousness, and a life, all its own. Maybe the intelligence of objects in the future will encourage us to regain a more connective spirit. The following is a passage from the Upanishads: it would take a machine more than intelligence to experiencing the same sentiment: Then he realized, "I am indeed this creation for I have poured it forth from myself." In that way he became this creation, and verily he who knows this becomes a creator in this creation.chris from LA wrote: "Elite it up, don't dumb it down. Essentially, being a psychopath means that you show no empathy. they're all criticized when they're too formulaic - but that doesn't stop their rise to popularity. The site generates hundreds of articles every month in an attempt to draw people to the site. Basically about the little wormy programs that collect information about us while we are on line. What possible profit can be gained by operating a flirt-bot on an on-line dating service? The furby thing made me laugh-- reiminded of a trip i took with my ex and his stepdaughtershe had gotten a furby for Christmas - we were on our christmas vacation traveling across the country to see my ex-inlaws. Bot: I don't know what to do about my sadness Me: Radiolab Bot: Makes sense link to screencap would happen if we set two "sentient" bots down to have a conversation of their own? It seems Caleb was arguing about what constitutes life in psychological terms--that the Furby can process and react to stimuli means it's alive.In 2006, Robert Epstein decided to turn to his computer for some help finding a date. You're so good at explaining and making complex concepts digestible, I wish you'd pursue that challenge rather than just making the show for high schoolers who dropped out of science class. So I wonder if what kind of connections we can show between psychopathy and our empathetic responses to robots? And those that are considered truly original, those that "break the mold", I would bet in analysis even that is still predictable. The articles are published under the names Seth Jayson, Dan Dzombak, Anand Chokkavelu, and others. the furby was in the back seatand every time we went down a hill and back up the furby seriously made a weee or AHwoo O sound IT was CREEPY- so we put little furby inthe trunk and i have to admit feeling slightly abusive :) we coudl still hear it in the trunk. But that takes the processes of homeostasis, the ability to adapt, the ability to reproduce, and all those other biological traits that constitute life out of the equation.I think I person would have to be quite desperate for company to have several hour conversations with either of them, but especially with cleverbot. This episode could have really benefitted from an interview with Dan Dennett, and for the last story, you danced around the "Chinese Room" problem but never actually addressed it, which is an important concept in AI that would have bolstered the argument Krulwich was trying to make. If I had all of the proper organs and body parts of a human and I sewed them together like Frankenstien, I could not bring that human to life." Actually, what you're missing in both cases is a power source.
It's more of a testament to our ability to adapt that anything else really. PS: it is a little odd that Robert acts so incredulous about Monism but later just throws out, "ya' know, those singularity guys, (Kurzweil et al) of course, of course! The Furby may be assembled, but it won't do anything until you add batteries - just as humans need electricity to function.
If we need a companion, we'll take anything that is available and normalise all it's strange abnormalities in or minds, so we can keep the conversation going. " So you're telling us you ARE familiar with these concepts, you just reject them? If I had all of the necessary parts to make a Furby, I could assemble them to working order.