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Joaquin Keller

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Apr 1, 2011, 5:25:52 AM4/1/11
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Un compte rendu de la Loebner Prize competition sur un mode journalistique-philosophique.
Il a bien entendu le prix du "most human computer" mais comme c'est en double-aveugle il y a aussi des humains qui sont pris pour des ordinateurs et il y a donc aussi le prix du "most human human".
Comment faire pour avoir l'air humain quand on est humain, amusant.

http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2011/03/mind-vs-machine/8386/

In the race to build computers that can think like humans, the proving ground is the Turing Test—an annual battle between the world’s most advanced artificial-intelligence programs and ordinary people. The objective? To find out whether a computer can act “more human” than a person. In his own quest to beat the machines, the author discovers that the march of technology isn’t just changing how we live, it’s raising new questions about what it means to be human.
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