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> Hello. My name is Eliza. How may I help you?

* I’m not sure I need any help. Do you?

> Do you believe it is normal to be not sure you need any help. 177 more words

Non Poetry

Definitions of AI


  1. We call ourselves Homo sapiens – man the wise. Because of our mental capacities.
  2. We have tried to understand how we think; …
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Artificial Intelligence

Echo Homo: On Bossing Alexa Around

Today’s post arrives courtesy of Medium.com, a site that alert reader Jessica Ehlers pointed out to me. Previously, I didn’t know this site existed. It’s some kind of networked blogging site, akin to… 558 more words

Art & Aesthetics

Bereavement Bots?

It’s been a while….

… but nice to see the patterns of Computer Science coming in full circle again, this time revisiting the Turing Test… 233 more words


The Infinite Loop

A computer is a device, developed by humans to assist them in everyday tasks. A computer nowadays can do all the things we could ever have expected to do manually, whether it be calculation, processing, gaming, measurement and probably everything we don’t want to do manually. 1,436 more words

Uncanny Valley (Summerhall: 29 - 31 March) - part of Edinburgh International Science Festival

“Educational and entertaining, well-worth taking the kids to”

Editorial Rating: 3 Stars: Nae Bad

As a child I was never particularly into science. At school the lessons were boring and didn’t challenge me to think creatively or engage with it in real life situations. 413 more words


Tay, the Turing test, and us

Yesterday (March 24th, 2016), Microsoft launched Tay, an

artificial intelligent chat bot developed by Microsoft’s Technology and Research and Bing teams to experiment with and conduct research on conversational understanding.

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