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The Turing Test

Alex Hern, The Guardian, June 9, 2014,  What is the Turing test? And are we all doomed now?

The Guardian, June 8, 2014, Computer simulating 13-year-old boy becomes first to pass Turing test. 117 more words


If you see to everybody talking good about this movie, it’s because they are right.

This is the first movie as a director for Alex Garland, writer of many, many famous (and good) movies from the last decade. 53 more words


Looking at: Ex Machina

Time to kick of the year with a fresh sci-fi thriller. The story of Ex Machina is about a young coder (Caleb) who wins a trip to the residence of Nathan, the CEO of Blue Books, the company that Caleb works for. 344 more words


Film review: Ex Machina (2015)

I suspect that, like The Matrix, this is a film which is going to be much used in beginner-level discussions of key philosophical topics. It raises issues about other minds and artificial intelligence, mainly, but also – less explicitly – issues about human nature and gender. 717 more words

Turing Test: Passed, using computer-generated poetry

Hi everyone, its been quite awhile since I’ve posted. I have a number of great things in the works, so please stay tuned. In the meantime, I’d like to tell you a story about how I developed another kind of artificial intelligence. 1,049 more words


The Imitation Game

Thumbs up to the film “The Imitation Game” and to Benedict Cumberbatch for giving such a convincing portrayal of Alan Turing.

The film is interesting, well-done and easy to understand by people who have little or no knowledge of Mathematics. 235 more words

Information Technology

A.I.: from Sci-Fi to Science reality

Just found this very brief and illustrated History of Artificial Intelligence at LiveScience.com and I couldn’t help but share it!

We have come a long way! 38 more words

The Future