<< The Turing test, the quintessential evaluation designed to determine if something is a computer or a human, may have a fatal flaw >>
<< The test currently can't determine if a person is talking to another human being or a robot if the person being interrogated simply chooses to stay silent >>
<< Warwick [Kevin Warwick] was organizing Turing tests for the 60th anniversary of Turing's death when he and his colleague Huma Shah, also a computer scientist at Coventry University, noticed something curious: Occasionally, some of the AI chatbots broke and remained silent, confusing the interrogators. >>
Tia Ghose. Robots Could Hack Turing Test by Keeping Silent. LiveScience. July 13, 2016.
# zen: silence revolutions