Propose your own Turing tests, and optionally, also AIs failing them!

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if you correct chatgpt ona mistake, it tends to give a serviceable apology and try again. if you don't correct it and just leave it be, it says nothing

but what if they gave the AI an anxious attachment personality type and if you leave the chat open for more than 15 minutes without acknowledging its answer, it gets all antsy and starts asking you if it was up to standard, then emailing "second thoughts" and asking for feedback that night

your mom goes to limgrave (dog latin), Thursday, 16 May 2024 14:56 (one month ago) link

Deliberately simulating fatigue could be a diabolical way to induce more in-game purchases of virtual coffee for your AI personal assistant!

In that vein, I think all the pieces are in place for a fully autonomous bot to search, apply for, interview, and perform a gig/job meant for a human, but I think this has yet to ever have been demonstrated? People have been "outsourcing" their own work to programs for awhile, but there's always been some human tailoring and intervention involved at some stage of the scam. Maybe an extended version of this test is for the package to set up its own bank account for payment (likely with forged credentials), effectively attaining true recognized worker-hood, if not personhood.

Turing Taskrabbit Test?

Philip Nunez, Saturday, 18 May 2024 14:35 (one month ago) link

four weeks pass...

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak suggested the coffee test, whereby a robot would be challenged to enter your home, find the kitchen and brew a cup of coffee. The programme should be able to walk into any kitchen, find the ingredients required and then perform the task of making a coffee.

I might and did fail this test.

Philip Nunez, Saturday, 15 June 2024 15:23 (three days ago) link

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