May 29, 2024


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Review of "Me and Khwarizmi"

Review of “Me and Khwarizmi”

As early as 1966, computer scientist Joseph Weisenbaum developed the KI ELIZA program, which simulates a psychotherapy session. The user was acting as the patient and was talking to the computer about his feelings. The effect was frightening, because very few people believed the algorithm was understanding. One might object that this story talks more about human psychology than the state of AI research at the time. But upon reading Daniel Kellman’s short story about his meeting with CTRL, this comparison comes to mind.