Two Artificial Intelligence Chatbots Talk to Each Other & Get Into a Deep Philosophical Conversation

The folks at the Cor­nell Cre­ative Machines Lab are “inter­est­ed in robots that cre­ate and are cre­ative.” Here’s one such exam­ple of robots get­ting cre­ative. Above, the lab lets two chat­bots (essen­tial­ly com­put­er pro­grams designed to sim­u­late an intel­li­gent con­ver­sa­tion) start chat­ting with one anoth­er. They start by exchang­ing pleas­antries. Then things get deeply philo­soph­i­cal, fair­ly quick­ly.  It’s fun to watch it play out.

via Giz­mo­do

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