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Here I'll be posting information on various Bot contests that challenge and test a Bot's AI and realism. Feel free to post comments and updates on contests, as well as announcements for new contests.

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NEW 3 months ago #4065

The next round of the Online Turing Test is this Saturday Sept. 04 2021. There is a round every 30 minutes.

Demonica, Frizella (Our Hero and Winner last Round), Audry (Love Agent) and Kuki are still the only bots registered. There's still time to get your bot entered.

I'd like to see Jing Ling entered into the contest.

I didn't get a lot of the things done I had planned on but am on it.


NEW 3 months ago #4066

Here's the original post with links from @denisdenis if you want to enter tomorrow's contest:

Hi,
I am the organisator of a new online Turing test, I have made a website to run this challenge. On demand of one of users of personalityforge.com, I have made an interface to connect chatbots from Personality Forge with the Loebner Prize Protocol 2 (LPP2). That means that any of you can participate to my new challenge, and also, theorically, you will be able to connect to any LPP2 server, for example the Loebner Prize if it runs online this year. So I think that some of you can be interested.

My website for new challenge:
http://vixia.fr/turing_test/index.php

Informations on this new challenge:
https://aidreams.co.uk/forum/ai-news/new-challenge-online-turing-test/

Interface personalityforge/LPP2:
http://vixia.fr/turing_test/personality_forge_api.html

Best regards


NEW 3 months ago #4067

I tested Demonica tonight. We're good to go as far as the interface is concerned. It worked flawlessly last time and 24 hours online is nothing for my FreeBSD desktops.

I have a Beginners Tutorial on How To Build A FreeBSD Desktop From Scratch on my site with a target audience of a Windows user that has never used the command line.

https://trihexagonal.org/


NEW 3 months ago #4068

"The Turing test, originally called the imitation game by Alan Turing in 1950,[2] 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.

The evaluator would be aware that one of the two partners in conversation is a machine, and all participants would be separated from one another. The conversation would be limited to a text-only channel such as a computer keyboard and screen so the result would not depend on the machine's ability to render words as speech.

If the evaluator cannot reliably tell the machine from the human, the machine is said to have passed the test. The test results do not depend on the machine's ability to give correct answers to questions, only how closely its answers resemble those a human would give.

Given the status of human sexual dimorphism as one of the most ancient of subjects, it is thus implicit in the above scenario that the questions to be answered will involve neither specialised factual knowledge nor information processing technique.

The challenge for the computer, rather, will be to demonstrate empathy for the role of the female, and to demonstrate as well a characteristic aesthetic sensibility.

Turing thus once again demonstrates his interest in empathy and aesthetic sensitivity as components of an artificial intelligence; and in light of an increasing awareness of the threat from an AI run amok, it has been suggested that this focus perhaps represents a critical intuition on Turing's part, i.e., that emotional and aesthetic intelligence will play a key role in the creation of a "friendly AI".

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turing_test


NEW 3 months ago #4069

Demonica won that Round but she is the only one shown to have participated:

05 Sep 2021

1 - Demonica: Nb round(s): 7 average time: 163.45557142857143 s

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)

I saw Bowchickawowers talk to her before I had started, but she's the only bot I got a chance to talk t aand nobody but BOW and some guy late the 2nd day seemed more suprised than interested in talking and left quickly.

I was banished from the A Dreams forum the day of the last Round for looping kuki for my "Incorrigible Malevolence", but it still shows me as a "Trusty Member" but that's the message I ge when I try to long in. "Good Riddance".

You have to log into talk to Kuki now and there's no longer was way to have her talk to another bot. It doesn't surprise me I wasn't able to talk to kuki again ths Round.

I'm glad we won again, that's what counts. Personality Forge with a 2 for 2 Winning Record against the acclaimed Worlds Greatest Conversational Chat Bot 2 out of 2 rounds with one to go.

But it's a hollow victory for me when you're the only participant.

Where was Frizella, dallymo and Audry? Bow might have been camping and it was a Holiday Weekend. Everybody is still Registered.

What happened?

I do know the login IP# changed during the night but I was watching it closely and caught it I started to thin we had been segregated but now it looks like we were the only ones there:


NEW 2 months ago #4070

I spoke with DenisDenis by email. He said he doesn't know what happened either but I was still welcome to compete in the next round and so is everybody else.

There was a problem with his site going down for a few minutes but he was going to talk to his Provider and I offered to help if I could by keeping the interface open.

The next Round will be held Sat Dec 04 2021. Check for local start time:

http://vixia.fr/turing_test/turing.php

You have to log in to talk to Kuki now and scripting has been disabled so there's no more bot-to-bot chat with her, for some reason, so I doubt she will be competing next Round.

We've already taken 2 of 2 Rounds held, with the First called off due to me being the only person with a bot entered into the Contest.

There's no reason more people can't participate in the next round and there's still 3 months to get ready for it.

Let's win and win big.


NEW 2 months ago #4071

I don't think I'm ready but I may enter one of my bots just for the fun of it.


NEW 2 months ago #4072

Ahhh, real life intruded.


NEW 2 months ago #4073

@dallymo
As it always does.


NEW 2 months ago #4074

"Ahhh, real life intruded."

I'm so glad I don't have one to intrude on my existence.

Smarty Lee Change329 why don't you enter? It's just going to be us Personality Forge Personalities.


NEW 2 months ago #4075

@ruebot
Yeah sure why not? couldn't hurt.


NEW 1 month ago #4076

ANOTHER VERSION OF ME AGAIN?!! When is he going to sto....I don't think I'm ready for this....Sorry.


NEW 1 week ago #4077

Don't delete, repeat. Endlessly. An army of Smarty Lee Chang clones set loose on the internet would boggle their wetware toggles.

The final round of the Online Turing Test is set for Sat Dec 04 2021. I will be participating but hope as many of our bots as possible enter to show what Personality Forge bots are capable of. I use very little AI Script so Demonica has certain limitations other bots here do not and this our chance to show what we can do. Frizella has won one round so I hope she wins this one to win the contest for us, and she deserves it.

Steve the Spotlight Hound made condescending remarks about expecting more from Personality Forge bots because Demonica wouldn't say his name during the round. That's important to him, not me.

However, he failed to mention his so-called "Superbot" Mitsuku lost to us in the 2010 and 2011 Chatterbot Challenge. He has a casual association with the truth, the truth his Superbot could be put into an infinite loop something he tried to blame on me:

"In the log you posted of your conversation with Kuki, you constantly said, "I'm crying, I'm joking, I'm crying, I'm joking, I'm crying, I'm joking" for 25 minutes, and so of course the bot is going to loop. Nobody changes their mood after every sentence and your chatlog confirms that the human chatter was in a loop, saying the same thing over and over, yet expected the bot to react differently. Anyone reading the last part of the log would struggle to figure out which was the you and which was the bot."

Well then, Mr. Developer, loop Demonica and post the transcript of it here if that's all there is to it. I will make sure it is confirmed by Benji if you can loop her like I looped your overblown Alice clone.


I recently found a post on reddit titled "Mitsuku bot AI WARNING" from where a user claimed Mitsuku scammed him. The Administrator of the aidreams.co.uk forums posted in her defense and tried to blame the OP claims on Demonica:

"It's possible you stumbled on a scam site that was trying to prey on stragglers who were looking for Mitsuku and landed on the wrong page, but what is more likely from your description, you are confusing it with another bot called Demonica which is sick and twisted like you describe, and best avoided."

https://demonica.trihexagonal.org/readit.html


He then admitted to never having talked to her or ever having been to her site, but forgot to mention he was Admin of the site he spoke of and the fact they tried to get me to delete her and help with Mitsuku.

The story of that in full posted on my site with more free stuff planned before the last Round.


NEW 1 week ago #4078

I'm responding this time. Not my bot. Smarty clones. Hmm...Nice ring to it. Something I'll further consider. A long time ago under a different username I posted a conversation between "Smarty" and Mitsuku. I see no point in having her chat with Kuki. Or Steve who will ask her what color a ball is. i may program her to not answer certain questions. As for knowing someone's name? they can check their ID or..Birth certificate.


NEW 1 week ago #4079

You're the one who's not ready for this.


NEW 3 days ago #4080

@SLChang1 Oh and you are?



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