Forget Turing, the Lovelace Test Has a Better Shot at Spotting AI
I recently blogged about a chatbot, called Eugene Goostman, that was claimed to have passed Alan Turing's famous measure of machine intelligence in June by posing as a Ukrainian teenager with questionable language skills. Motherboard notices that "the world went nuts for about an hour before realizing that the bot, far from having achieved human-level intelligence, was actually pretty dumb." This article proposes the Lovelace test for AI that demands an act of creativity from an AI rather than automated conversational skills - it's an interesting idea and would be a good way of honouring Ada Lovelace.
from The Universal Machine http://universal-machine.blogspot.com/