Chatbot GPT-4 successfully passed the Turing test

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  • June 22, 2024
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In a recent study, researchers found that participants could not distinguish between responses from ChatGPT and a real person, marking the first time artificial intelligence has successfully passed the renowned Turing Test. This development underscores experts’ concerns that the widespread adoption of AI could have significant social and economic impacts.

The Turing Test, introduced in 1950, involves a participant determining whether they are conversing with a human or a computer program based solely on the answers provided. The goal of the computer program is to deceive the participant into making an incorrect choice.

To conduct the test, the researchers enlisted 500 individuals to engage in conversations with four entities: a real person, the 1960s-era AI ELIZA, and chatbots powered by GPT-3.5 and GPT-4 language models. Each conversation lasted five minutes, after which participants were asked to identify whether they had been speaking to a human or a computer.

In interactions with GPT-4, approximately 54% of participants mistakenly believed they were conversing with a real person. ELIZA was mistaken for a human 22% of the time. GPT-3.5 led to incorrect identifications in 50% of cases, while the real human participant was correctly identified 67% of the time.

For American readers, this milestone highlights the rapid advancements in AI technology and its potential to blur the lines between human and machine interactions, raising important questions about the future integration of AI in various sectors.

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