I believe that artificial intelligence technology makes it possible to develop applications impossible to create without the aid of the computer that participates as an external judge. Yet, somehow, we trust new standalone technology every day, be it our spam email detector, Alexa, or our favourite YouTube feed. The question in the “WhoAmAi” project is to understand if this trust can be challenged in a play on words. In the WhoAmAi game, the player has to determine if a message was written by another player, by a player who used the algorithm, or by the algorithm itself. The fun part is understanding what constitutes a human in a written sentence. At the same time, I hope to arouse a thought about the immense variety of our language.
You are about to participate in a discussion with other players. You can choose to post your message in the chat playing an Artificial Agent or a human by clicking on the relative send button. The other players can do the same. There is, however, an actual Artificial Intelligence Agent, and the main goal is to find it. You can click on the buttons near the messages to guess if it is or not an AI. If it was a true AI and you clicked yes, you get 10 points. If another player played an AI role, you get 1 point and -1 point if the part was human. You also add penalties to other players who don’t guess your message, so it is worth posting messages in the chat. A leaderboard lists the top players so far, and you can be one of them. Have fun and be polite, of course.