Our Turing Test for androids will judge how lifelike humanoid robots can be


Publication Title
The Conversation
Publication/Creation Date
July 30 2019
Creators/Contributors
Carl Strathearn (creator)
Staffordshire University (contributor)
Persuasive Intent
Academic
Description
Carl Strathearn, PhD candidate at Staffordshire University, discusses some of his research with humanoid robots: "now that we have increasingly realistic looking androids, we need a 21st-century version of the [Turing] test. My colleagues and I have designed a “Multimodal Turing Test” to judge a machine’s appearance, movement, voice and what we call embodied artificial intelligence (EAI). This is a measure of how well artificial intelligence is integrated with a robotic body in order to expresses a personality".
HCI Platform
Robotical
Location on Body
Entire Body
Marketing Keywords
Euclid, Sophia, Hanson Robotics
Source
http://theconversation.com/our-turing-test-for-androids-will-judge-how-lifelike-humanoid-robots-can-be-120696

Related Collections
Humanoid Robots (2017-2021)
Date archived
November 11 2019
Last edited
February 18 2021
How to cite this entry
Carl Strathearn. (July 30 2019). "Our Turing Test for androids will judge how lifelike humanoid robots can be". The Conversation. Academic Journalism Society. Fabric of Digital Life. https://fabricofdigitallife.com/Detail/objects/4104