ChatGPT Acts More Altruistically, Cooperatively Than Humans

February 22, 2024


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Presented by Michigan News

University of Michigan researchers conducted a study that used “behavioral” Turing tests, which test a machine’s ability to exhibit human-like responses and intelligence, to evaluate the personality and behavior of a series of AI chatbots. In this expert Q&A, Qiaozhu Mei, a professor at U-M’s School of Information and College of Engineering, answers questions related to the differences they found between chatbot and human behaviors and future research.

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