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The inability of artificially intelligent machines to grasp context, timing and tact could have disastrous consequences beyond an ill-timed joke, they say. That could lead to a situation where an automaton's software deems killing someone a funny thing to do, it's claimed.
Understanding humour may be one of the last things that separates humans from ever smarter machines, computer scientists and linguists say. There are good reasons behind giving artificial intelligence the ability to understand humour, researchers say. Tristan Miller, a computer scientist and linguist at Darmstadt University of Technology in Germany, says it makes machines more relatable, especially if you can get them to understand sarcasm.
But some experts remain unconvinced about robots being able to understand humour. They completely miss context. Humour is a complex concept which requires vast amounts of context, something experts say is difficult to build into robots. Dr Miller added: 'Creative language - and humour in particular - is one of the hardest areas for computational intelligence to grasp. It only knows what you tell it and what it draws from. Slonim put humour into the programming but in tests it gave a humorous remark at an inappropriate time.
Allison Bishop, a Columbia University computer scientist who also performs stand-up comedy, said computer learning looks for patterns, but comedy thrives on things hovering close to a pattern and veering off just a bit to be funny and edgy. Humour, she said, 'has to skate the edge of being cohesive enough and surprising enough.
For comedians that's job security. Dr Bishop said her parents were happy when her brother became a full-time comedy writer because it meant he wouldn't be replaced by a machine. Oregon State University computer scientist Heather Knight created the comedy-performing robot Ginger to help her design machines that better interact with - and especially respond to - humans. She said it turns out people most appreciate a robot's self-effacing humour.
Ginger, which uses human-written jokes and stories, does a bit about Shakespeare and machines, asking, 'If you prick me in my battery pack, do I not bleed alkaline fluid? Some computers can generate and understand puns without help from humans. This, computer scientists claim, is because puns are based on different meanings of similar-sounding words.
Machines struggle beyond this narrow scope however, said Purdue University computer scientist Julia Rayz. Still, with puns there is something mathematical that computers can grasp, Dr Bishop said. Dr Rayz has spent 15 years trying to get computers to understand humour but says the results often leave a lot to be desired. She recalled a time she gave the computer two different groups of sentences. Some were jokes. Some were not. The computer classified something as a joke that people thought wasn't a joke.
When Dr Rayz asked the computer why it thought it was a joke, its answer made sense technically. IBM has created artificial intelligence that beat opponents in chess and 'Jeopardy! Mr Slonim put humour into the programming, figuring that an occasional one-liner could help in a debate. But it backfired during initial tests when the system made jokes at the wrong time or in the wrong way.
Now, Project Debater is limited to one attempt at humour per debate, and that humour is often self-effacing. That's why humour may be key in future Turing Tests - the ultimate test of machine intelligence, which is to see if an independent evaluator can tell if it is interacting with a person or computer, Mr Slonim said. There's still 'a very significant gap between what machines can do and what humans are doing,' both in language and humour, Mr Slonim said.
It is an issue troubling some of the greatest minds in the world at the moment, from Bill Gates to Elon Musk. Professor Stephen Hawking said it is a 'near certainty' that a major technological disaster will threaten humanity in the next 1, to 10, years. More than 60 percent of people fear that robots will lead to there being fewer jobs in the next ten years, according to a YouGov survey.
And 27 percent predict that it will decrease the number of jobs 'a lot' with previous research suggesting admin and service sector workers will be the hardest hit. As well as posing a threat to our jobs, other experts believe AI could 'go rogue' and become too complex for scientists to understand. A quarter of the respondents predicted robots will become part of everyday life in just 11 to 20 years, with 18 percent predicting this will happen within the next decade.
Computer scientist Professor Michael Wooldridge said AI machines could become so intricate that engineers don't fully understand how they work. If experts don't understand how AI algorithms function, they won't be able to predict when they fail. Full Terms and Conditions apply to all Subscriptions. Or, if you are already a subscriber Sign in. Other options. Close drawer menu Financial Times International Edition. Subscribe for full access. Search the FT Search. World Show more World.
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