On Wed, Feb 9, 2011 at 9:11 PM, Bob the Wikipedian
While no robot has passed the official Turing test
(though many have
passed highly simplified versions of it), the idea of a central AI
system is an innovative one-- just think, "Wikipository-- the
information repository that any robot can contribute to"--
Would they edit war, I wonder?
Intelligent robots are programmed to be modular in a
sense that they can
receive new sets of instructions and "learn" to perform them. If robots
had a centralized global information repository, just think of the
possibilities of artificial intelligence! If such a repository could be
established and successfully implemented, it would no doubt become the
most powerful source of artificial intelligence in the world.
Maybe. I would want to get the opinion of an expert on AI on that.
And regarding robots "letting" humans edit
their 'pedia...unless we
program them to restrict our contributions, they can't. And even then,
WSC is correct-- what's to stop us from looking like a bot?
A reverse Turing test, maybe?