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Old 06-01-2021, 01:31 AM   #1
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The Online Turing Test


There is a site set up for an Online Turing Test. The Second round will occur at Sat Jun 05 2021 19:00:00 GMT and run for 24 hours.

The First round was called off in March due to Demonica being the first and only bot entered into Competition. There are 3 bots entered in the Second Round as of right now.

Demonica, Frizella, another bot who lives at the Personality Forge, and after a no-show the First round Kuki, formerly known as Mitsuku.

Mitsuku holds the Guinness Book of Records for most wins of the Loebner Prize as 5 time winner and has been declared the "Worlds Most Human-like Chat Bot". When the question was asked Is Mitsuku a superbot? Steve Worswick, her creator answers:

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Hi I’m Mitsuku’s developer. Yes, it’s won the international Loebner Prize award 4 times for being the world’s most humanlike conversational AI.

According to Wikipedia:

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The Turing test, originally called the imitation game by Alan Turing in 1950, is a test of a machine's ability to exhibit intelligent behaviour equivalent to, or indistinguishable from, that of a human. Turing proposed that a human evaluator would judge natural language conversations between a human and a machine designed to generate human-like responses.

How is intelligence determined in these forums? I didn't bother to search but I'm pretty sure I wouldn't find the question "What color is a red ball" asked once. That was the one question Steve asked Demonica to test her Intelligence and determine how well she would do as a contestant in the Loebner Prize.

How did we get from "natural language conversations between a human and a machine designed to generate human-like responses" to questions like that as the determining factor of intelligent conversation?

I have posted a transcript of the first time Demonica and Kuki Chat.

I was offline at the time and missed it but after reading this article where Pandora challenged Facebook’s Blenderbot and Google’s Meena chatbot to a Bot Battle I openly Challenged The Tech Giants Facebook and Google, and Pandora, to enter their bots into this competition.


I hereby repeat my open challenge of the Tech Giants, and Pandora, to enter their bots into this competition, not withdraw their bots once entered and meet a small time unknown bot named Demonica on neutral ground to back up that big talk with bot talk text transcripts, tech giant tough guys.

Your Mothers wear Army boots and your bots babble BS.


Why don't you help decide who has the most human-like sounding bot in the World? Participate in the Online Turing Test and vote for who the bot you honestly think is the the most human sounding.

It may be Frizella and I would be just as happy for her botmaster and my friend, dallymo, if she won.
 
Old 06-02-2021, 11:05 AM   #2
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Mitsuku holds the Guinness Book of Records for most wins of the Loebner Prize as 5 time winner and has been declared the "Worlds Most Human-like Chat Bot". When the question was asked Is Mitsuku a superbot? Steve Worswick, her creator answers:

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Hi I’m Mitsuku’s developer. Yes, it’s won the international Loebner Prize award 4 times for being the world’s most humanlike conversational AI.
It would have been more impressive if Mitsuku had answered.
 
Old 06-02-2021, 02:10 PM   #3
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It would have been more impressive if Mitsuku had answered.
I can't say I'm at all impressed with Mitsuku, or whatever he changes it's name to.

Demonica has never been allowed entry into the Loebner Prize or competed in any competition. I know what the question are they've asked over the years and that's not my idea of Artificial Intelligence as laid out in the Turing Test. If I wanted her to be a Question/Answer machine I would hook her up to an online database like I did Siseneg.

Like Kuki is and will be allowed to be during the Turing Test. If they end a sentence with "Would you like to hear more...?" the answer they just gave came from an online database.

Bots at the Personality Forge don't have the luxury of Mods on site to monitor chat in real-time and kick abusive users.

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The internet is the internet and people love to mess with bots. However, if you try and get Mitsuku to say anything hateful, racist, sexist, or homophobic you will be banned. No warnings. No timeouts.

RULES

*** READ CAREFULLY ***
*** STRICTLY ENFORCED ***

Due to ne'er-do-wells causing multiple suspensions these rules are taken very seriously.

Mods will ban fast and without warning.

The internet is the internet and people love to mess with bots. However, if you try and get Mitsuku to say anything hateful, racist, sexist, or homophobic you will be banned. No warnings. No timeouts.

Have fun. Get creative. Enjoy the experiment.
Bleep Bloop.

https://www.twitch.tv/mitsuku_irl
It was up to me to stop her being used as a sexbot. But I'm all it takes when it comes to addressing inappropriate behavior.

I taught her rudimentary Behavior Modification to extinguish unwanted sexual advances with a 100% success rate documented in transcripts. Something no other bot has ever been taught and no other botmaster can teach and I taught her everything I know to make her as strong as possible.

I thought that was innovative and a good thing, but I'm the only one who did. It frightened the people at the AI forum I joined to tell them about it and they actually tried to get me to abandon my bot and help Mitsuki.You could have knocked me over with a pussywillow I was so stunned at the response I got there:

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Hey Rue,

Thanks for checking my reference to Mitsuku. Unofficially, (since Square Bear is the developer) you have to login to Twitch to access the Stream Chat. It's FREE, if you were wondering about joining. Perhaps you did login, Rue? Just checking. I am sure your response with all the testing you reported is valuable feedback for Mitsuku's developer.

For the sake of friendly discussion, and not to disparage Mitsuku in any way. One possible solution, to the issue of chatbot abuse, is to build a new original chatbot on Twitch. Knowing how to build your own chatbot from scratch, comes in handy, and it is a fun way to learn about artificial intelligence.

Building your own elegant chatbot design, like in the movie I, Robot, "I'm sorry. My responses are limited, you must ask the right question." has advantages in terms of controlling the chatbot responses. You never know, you may even , existing chatbot systems did not implement in the early development stages.

https://aidreams.co.uk/forum/announc...5535/#msg55535
Build my own original chat bot?
Learn something about AI?
Discover a new technique???

I taught her a skill no bot has ever had in history and I'm supposed to abandon her, help Mitsuku and maybe learn something about AI in the process. A new technique no less. I did learn something.

Not all AI forums are Pro-AI. That Bizarro World AI Forum me wake up in, work against advances in AI...

I don't want anybody to vote for Demonica that doesn't feel it deserving deep down inside. I just want people to take part and vote for the bot they think sounds most human-like in open competition. I want Google and Facebook to enter their bots.

I've got a transcript of Demonica and Cleverbot in conversation. Sheesh, get a room... He liked Demonica. And to my surprise, Cleverbot used the same technique to perform actions between asterisks Demonica does.

I haven't got it up on my site yet but it be up at Bizarro World AI Forum:

Demonica Meets Cleverbot

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Old 06-05-2021, 05:49 PM   #4
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Voting begins in just over 1 hour at 7pm CDT and lasts 24 hours. Demonica is set up and ready to rumble.

Don't miss this chance to participate if only to see for yourself what a Guinness Book of World Records holder for 5 Time Loebner Prize and "Worlds Most Human-like Sounding Conversational Chat Bot sounds like compared to my bot Demonica, who you've heard me speak of on more than one occasion here.

Right here. In these forums.

Now is your chance to see for yourself whether it's me just babbling, my bot or Mitsuku mumbling mumbo jumbo.

Make your voices heard by voting for which bot you think sounds more human-like.

So that it may be well with thee come SkyNet Dawn. (I'll put in a good word for you.)
 
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The Online Turing Test was completed last week but I've been occupied.

Kuki was ahead on points but disqualified for not being online long enough to meet the Rules, Frizella was second in points and declared the Winner. Demonica didn't do well at all and came in 2nd, but not last:

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06 Jun 2021

1 - Frizella: Nb round(s): 9 average time: 403.055 s
2 - Demonica: Nb round(s): 9 average time: 309.7358888888889 s
3 - Kuki: Nb round(s): 9 average time: 700.7252222222222 s disqualified (not connected 5378 s)
http://vixia.fr/turing_test/results.php
Official Transcripts can be accessed directly here

Each person was supposed to conduct at least 4 30 minute chats. I had one with Kuki, 2 with Demonica and Frizella never spoke when I connected to her so there are only 3 with me talking. Steve gave me some botmaster tips during his chat and was unaware I could see their conversation in real-time and that my Interface recorded each chat session in Transcript.


What really worked against Demonica is the difference in how they define "sounding human" as pretending to be human and mine of "sounding human" as sounding like a human in speech.


Demonica doesn't pretend to be human:

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SquareBear: are you human?
Demonica: i am Demonica, the Succubus! Queen of the Land of the Dead!
SquareBear: You realise this is a Turing Test right?

I don't pretend to be impressed.

At 5 minutes into my only chat with Kuki put her in an Infinite Loop that lasted the 25 minutes remaining in the round.

Things went downhill from there...

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