The scenario: The cliched AI takeover happened fifty years ago. Robots now walk the face of the earth, encased in metal and possessing super computers for minds. What little vestige of humanity there is has been enslaved. Laboratories are set up, with the humans serving as test subjects for the robots' evil experiments.
However, there is a resistance. The humans cannot escape. They cannot hide, contact the outside world, or fight on their own. But there is still a glimmer of freedom: they can communicate. Right under the AI's collective noses, they have developed a method of communication which the robots cannot understand. Either it is based on some logic the AI cannot comprehend but humans can, or it is disguised so that it seems like normal conversation. The details are unknown.
That's where you come in. What form of communication could a resistance develop to fool a computer? Humans possess qualities machines never will (eg. creativity and emotions). Is the communication based on that logic somehow? Or is it constructed using innocent phrases, so that the computers hear only regular dialogue? Is there perhaps another method I have overlooked? Is this even within the realm of possibility? Some notes are below:
- The resistance is under constant video surveillance, all day, every day. They cannot hide at all.
- All humans are kept in subterranean metal bunkers. They do not have access to nature in any form, possibly excluding a small amount of rock.
- The AI has basically assimilated all human knowledge. If we wrote about it, AI knows it. It knows all languages, understands all phrases, can decipher all conventional crackable codes.
- The robots possess physical abilities far beyond anything humans have. If we can do it, they can do it better.
- The AI does not have emotions. It is not human. While it can create algorithms and theories based on the observable results of human emotions, it cannot fully understand what they are. This is what we possess that the machines cannot.