Spikes Asia 2015: ‘Artificial Intelligence is called ‘artificial’ for a reason’

On day three of Spikes Asia 2015, Chris Stephenson, strategy head – Asia Pacific, PHD, hosted a ‘game show’ – a quiz featuring, Julian Corbett from Ksubaka, Rob Campbell from Wieden + Kennedy, Jean Danker from Class 95FM (Singapore) and Wynthia Goh from SAP Asia Pacific, Japan. Responding to questions, the speakers took the audience through a study on AI and underlined why human creativity will remain important. The first question Stephenson asked was about the Turing Test. Not eliciting a response, Stephenson revealed, “The Turing Test is a test of a machine’s ability to exhibit intelligent behaviour equivalent to, or indistinguishable from, that of a human.”  Presenting a picture of game show host Ken Jennings and chess player Gary Kasparov side by side. He asked for the similarity between…

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