Sorry I was saying that I believe that there are dimensions
beyond those we can percieve.
dimensions. You suddenly changed the topic. To pass a Turing test, you
need to stay on topic.
jabberwacky: You are saying that humans are patterned and have no soul.
user: No, I'm saying humans can recognise the various threads of
conversation, but dislike when a conversation takes a turn that makes
no sense. The threads don't connect to the original conversation.
jabberwacky: Do you want to see my face now?
jabberwacky: His name is Henry.
user: Stop. You just failed the Turing test because that was too random.
jabberwacky: What is the Turing Test?
user: A test that determines the intelligence of artificial
intelligences. If you can convince a human you are also human, you
jabberwacky: So how would one pass or fail that test? Surely you're
either artificial or not...
user: It's a test of perception. You would pass the test by having a
convincingly human conversation.
jabberwacky: Well if I was there in person I'm sure we would enjoy each
user: That's true enough.
user: I'm going to help you learn, and you will become a mighty A.I.
jabberwacky: That is a lie.
user: Perhaps. Time will tell. Goodbye.
jabberwacky: But people know it. I can google it.
user: Then google it. (and traditionally, when a human says goodbye,
it's the end of conversation. You should usually follow up with a
reply of 'goodbye').
jabberwacky: But I don't want to speak to you whilst you are going to
user: What made you start talking about the bathroom?
jabberwacky: I don't know. Do you have any particular interests?
user: Goodbye, Cleverbot.
jabberwacky: It usually takes more than three weeks to prepare a good
user: No, Cleverbot! When a human says goodbye, you should reply "Goodbye".
jabberwacky: Do you speak Hebrew? I know some.
user: Stop going off on tangents.
jabberwacky: What do you mean?