How new AI fools humans into thinking artificial sounds are real

Image: iStockphotos.com/LuckyBusiness Since Alan Turing, the father of AI, first proposed it in a 1950 paper, the Turing Test, which measures whether a computer can fool a human into thinking it’s real, has been a classic measure of whether an artificial intelligence system is successful. And, according to a new paperreleased Monday that will be presented in June at the annual conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) in Las Vegas, MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory has now crossed a new threshold: Passing the Turing Test for sound. Back in December, MIT researchers created an AI system that passed the Turing Test for vision by fooling humans into thinking that characters were written by humans rather than a machine. The new work tackled the realm of sound…


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