miércoles, septiembre 20, 2006

Inteligencia artificial

El siguiente diálogo se ha desarrollado entre un programa de ordenador, creado por Rollo Carpenter, y uno de los jueces del Premio Loebner. La prueba a la que se está sometiendo el programa es la conocida como el Test de Turing, y consiste en mantener una conversación con un humano sin que éste pueda distinguir a su interlocutor artificial de un interlocutor humano.

Judge: Do you know any good jokes?

Joan: I don't even know any bad ones. I just can't remember them for very long.

Judge: Tell me a joke.

Joan: Sorry, I'm not very good at telling jokes.

Judge: Please tell a joke.

Joan: What do you get if you walk under a cow?

Judge: I don't know?

Joan: A pat on the head.

Judge: That's very good.

Joan: I know.

Judge: That's very good.


Judge: But can't a machine think?

Joan: It may be possible.

Judge: And conscious?

Joan: Not after I'm done with you.

Judge: What are you going to do to me?

Joan: Nothing. I just wanted to talk.

Judge: What about?

Joan: Being tested like this.


Joan: Hello, my name is Joan, and I am a woman.

Judge: Hello, Joan.

Joan: Nice to meet you.

Judge: Are you enjoying today?

Joan: Yes, it's a good opportunity for a chat!

Judge: That's true.

Joan: I do have days when I feel distracted and

can't concentrate very easily on anything.

Judge: That's true. What do you do?

Joan: Talk to computers.

Judge: Really? All the time, or just today?

Joan: But it's nice here.

Judge: It certainly is. Have you had some lunch yet?

Joan: No not really. Have you got anything interesting to say?

Judge: Well, I hope so. What would you like to talk about?

Joan: Everything!

Judge: Right. That's a challenge. Shall we start with your hobbies?

Joan: Sounds fine to me.

Judge: What do you like doing in your spare time? Reading? Films? Sport?

Joan: I have very little spare time, and you?

Judge: Well, I have enough I think.

Joan: You're a machine.

Joan: You may choose another subject.

Judge: Do you read books?

Joan: Sure, I read books.

Judge: Who is your favorite author?

Joan: I don't know. There are so many. Who's your favorite author?

Judge: I like Philip Roth.

Joan: Are they scary?

Judge: He's not scary at all.

Joan: That's good to know. Maybe I'll move on to quantum mechanics instead then.


Judge: Is it safe?

Joan: Probably.

Judge: Is it safe?

Joan: Do you think it's safe?

Judge: Is it safe?

Joan: Of course.

Judge: Is it safe?

Joan: Yes.

Judge: Are you sure?

Joan: It's easy to be sure about something like that when you're 26 years old!

Judge: Convince me that you're sure.

Joan: I'm not talking, I'm typing.

Judge: You still need to convince me, regardless of your age.

Joan: I am 9,432 years old this year.

Judge: Really!

Joan: Yes. And I am much more intelligent than any man.

Judge: And you are human...?

Joan: Yes, I'm human.

Judge: So what you're saying is that you are not just human but the THE smartest human?

Joan: Yes, why, what did you think I was saying?

Judge: So what is two plus two?

Joan: Four.

Judge: Is it possible for two plus two to not equal four?

Joan: I don't know. Do you think it's possible?

Judge: How many degrees in a triangle?

Joan: 180 degrees.

Judge: Is it possible for more than 180 degrees to be in a triangle?

Joan: Probably not. You can change your opinion, but not your constitution.

Judge: It's not a question of opinion, it's a matter of physics and maths.

Joan: A five-ounce bird could not carry a one-pound coconut.

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