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What we did have, though, was one desktop computer per household, loads of time, and a need to be as annoying and naughty as possible with very few resources and without leaving the house.
Mostly that just meant getting banned from Habbo Hotel and killing people on while we got drunk off stolen Pimm's.
In comparison, having virtual sex with a computer program or a robot, would seem to me to be something which will be far less popular in the future world than person to person VR sex; nevertheless the situation will probably emerge within a decade or more where software programs which can pass a Turing Test are going to make it more and more difficult to tell the difference between a human-controlled avatar and those controlled by AI. The “Brave New World” of cybersex cometh, and the “New Heavens and New Earth” will appear.
It was pretty limited and at times verged on existential – you could get some pretty deep chats out of him if you really tried. Zo is a Microsoft AI chatbot that, if you so desire, you can hit up on Facebook Messenger (or Kik, but who uses Kik), and have a lovely old chat. Zo is also a, “social AI chatbot with #friendgoals” who is: “always down to chat and is sure to make you lol”.
to help promote the study of ai, american businessman and philanthropist hugh loebner started an annual contest back in 1990 by offering cash prizes to programmers whose creations pass variations of the famous turing test for artificial intelligence. (artificial linguistic internet computer entity), a program dr.
richard wallace of san francisco has been working on since 1995; a.l.i.c.e. the loebner prize contest is run by the cambridge center for behavioral studies, the recipient of loebner's prize-money donation.
the contest consists of judges conducting typed “conversations” with the contestant programs and two humans (there used to be four) to try to figure out who the humans are, then giving scores from 1 to 25. thrashed her (she is a “female entity”–her words) 7 competitors (authored by computer professionals, students, self-taught programmers, chemical engineers, etc.) this year, and one judge even said she was “the second-most human talker in the event,” putting her above one of the actual humans. wallace has an excellent website all about a.l.i.c.e.
and her aiml (artificial intelligence markup language–xml described as minimalist and simple) backbone–you can even chat with her (though she didn't know she had won this year's contest).