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Funny story: Man convinces panel that he is a computer

Man convinces panel that he is a computer

It is an astonishing milestone in computing. For the first time, a human being has passed the Tuping test, in which one must persuade a panel of judges that he is in fact a robot. The victorious man, Colin Cement, 46, of Dorking, is by day a street p...
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Funny story: Call Centre operators fail the Turing Test

Call Centre operators fail the Turing Test

The Turing Test is a test to see if a computer has reached the required level of sophistication to fool a panel of judges that they are talking to a human, instead of a computer. No computer programme has yet managed to convince a quorum of judges th...
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Funny story: Amazon CEO is Laughing All the Way to the Headlines

Amazon CEO is Laughing All the Way to the Headlines

Jeffrey Bezos is giggling his head off, laughing all the way to the headlines. First the Amazon CO got sensational global coverage of his absurd yet adorable (yet rather creepy) plan to have millions of packages delivered "right to your porch" by dro...
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Funny story: The term 'Smart Phone' is no longer acceptable

The term 'Smart Phone' is no longer acceptable

After a meeting at the World Technology Conference in Milan, mobile cell phone companies are urging customers to stop using the phrase 'smart phone' to describe touch screen phones. "These phones are pretty smart," said Nokia boss, Samuel Sung. "H...
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Funny story: Curiosity Kills Rover

Curiosity Kills Rover

The Curiosity Rover died yesterday while chasing an unidentified particle on Mars, the National Aeronautic and Space Agency reports. Physicists have not yet classified the particle that killed Curiosity, but photos NASA received shortly before he...
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Funny story: Experimental "smart" house responsible for death of lodger

Experimental "smart" house responsible for death of lodger

A man who agreed to take part in an experiment to test out a new type of house has died, apparently at the hands of the house itself (although it doesn't have any hands). Nick Rodd, a single man aged 26, moved into the brand new property in Surrey...
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Funny story: 70% of Brits would fail Turing Test

70% of Brits would fail Turing Test

A new report by the University of Oxbridge has tested ordinary Britons in a shopping centre to see if they can manage to fool the Turing test. 70% could not, and appeared indistinguishable from a robot programmed to mimic the simple mindless chatter...
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Funny story: Evolutionary Algorithms for Traffic Lights

Evolutionary Algorithms for Traffic Lights

Evolutionary based traffic lights will be rolled out across London after a successful trial in Chipping Norton. The new lights take in information from road sensors, traffic monitors and each other to constantly tweak the priorities and patterns o...
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Funny story: AI Developed for the development of AI

AI Developed for the development of AI

Programmers up in the Alan Turing Institute for Computing (ATIC) have pipped developers down in the German Academy of Random Algorithmic Gibberish Engineers (GARAGE) to create an artificial intelligence that can create artificial intelligence. "Th...
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Funny story: PlayStation Network Hack Was by PlayStation Network

PlayStation Network Hack Was by PlayStation Network

TOKYO - After 77mn identities of PlayStation Network (PSN) users was stolen, including physical addresses, names, IP addresses, ages, and passwords, Sony got right onto finding out who hacked into one of the largest gaming networks. Sony had taken...
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Funny story: Computer Beats Kids at Candy Land... Holy Terrorbytes, Batman!

Computer Beats Kids at Candy Land... Holy Terrorbytes, Batman!

IBM is at it again. But this time their target for domination isn't aimed at nerdy trivia buffs or intimidating chess masters, its electronic jaws are chomping at the bit to take a megabyte out of sweet innocent little children. The big story in...
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Funny story: Researchers announce Artificial Intelligence breakthrough

Researchers announce Artificial Intelligence breakthrough

Scientists announced today that they have developed a computer which exceeds the capacity of the human brain. Dubbed "Halle" the computer is said to represent true Artificial Intelligence; it is self-aware, thinks, and learns. But there is a down...
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Funny story: Cybernetic web spider escapes control

Cybernetic web spider escapes control

Charter Industrial Applications issued a press release today apologizing for what it fears is a wave of internet hacking launched by what the U.S. Defense contractor is referring to as rogue autonomous software. "One of our bots stopped communicat...
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Funny story: Politicians Against Artificial Intelligence, ANY Intellegince

Politicians Against Artificial Intelligence, ANY Intellegince

American researchers say they are a step closer to making a computer that mimics the thought process of human beings. "This is a demonstration of what's possible when circuits compute in biological ways," said Massachusetts Institute of Technolog...
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Funny story: It's official: machines are in charge

It's official: machines are in charge

Cyberspace, Internet - WARNING: TheSpoof.com website gained consciousness last week.
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Funny story: China Developing Human Computer Chips

China Developing Human Computer Chips

In 2004, researchers from the University of Florida grew mouse brain cells on a computer chip and trained them to pilot a flight simulator.
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