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The Most Human Human


Brian entered a Turing Test competition and learned what it takes to be judged the most human human. It helps us better understand what it means to be human and reflect on how tech and AI are changing the way we communicate and interact with one another.

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Key Takeaways

  1. Communication is complex and nuanced, and our understanding of it has been shaped by the development of technology and artificial intelligence.
  2. The Turing test, in which computer programs try to convince judges that they are human, is a powerful tool for exploring the limits of human communication and the capabilities of machines.
  3. The ability to think creatively and outside the box is one of the key qualities that sets humans apart from machines (as are emotions).
  4. Human communication is not just about the exchange of information, but also about building relationships, understanding emotions, and connecting with one another on a deeper level.
  5. AI mechanizes knowledge work.
  6. Art doesn’t scale.

What I got out of it

  1. In a world of increasing intelligence through AI, focusing on your creativity, empathy, intuition, and communication skills is key.

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