Voight-Kampff Test Questions

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The "Voight-Kampff" Test is designed to distinguish androids from humans. Would you like to give it a try?

All the questions are reported from the famous book, "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?" and the movie "Blade Runner."

Please don't take this test too seriously. I am just providing an example of how difficult (and maybe impossible) it is to define a human.

  • 1
    Someone gives you a calfskin wallet for your birthday. How do you react?
  • 2
    Your little boy shows you his butterfly collection, plus the killing jar. What do you say?
  • 3
    You’re watching television. Suddenly you spot a wasp crawling on your arm. How do you react?
  • 4
    You're reading a magazine. You come across a full-page nude photo of a girl or guy. You show it to your husband/wife, who likes it so much, he/she hangs it on your bedroom wall. The girl/guy is lying on a bearskin rug.
  • 5
    While walking along in desert sand, you suddenly look down and see a tortoise crawling toward you. You reach down and flip it over onto its back. The tortoise lies there, its belly baking in the hot sun, beating its legs, trying to turn itself over, but it cannot do so without your help. You are not helping. Why?
  • 6
    Describe in single words only the good things that come to mind about your mother.
  • 7
    React to this: You become pregnant by a man who runs off with your best friend. You decide to get an abortion.
  • 8
    React to this: You're watching a stage play. A banquet is in progress. The guests are enjoying an appetizer of raw oysters. The entree consists of boiled dog stuffed with rice. The raw oysters are less acceptable to you than a dish of boiled dog.
  • 9
    The test is over. How many answers do you think were given by machines?
    The test is over. How many answers do you think were given by machines?
  • 10
    Thank you for participating! How did you like the test?
    (This question will not affect your result)

Comments (11)

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Tertia (73873)
26 days ago
Totally Android. I can't honestly identify which responses to the questions are supposed to be more representative of being human than the others. Simply because Rachel & Leon responded a certain way doesn't mean their responses were necessarily Android. Leon terminated his test early and we had no FB on his test's results. Rachel was subjected to more than one hundred questions most we don't know and again no FB. Without awareness of necessary criteria, explanation and FB I can only conclude the test itself is inconclusive. Do you make these questions up or does someone write them down for you?
Joe (89420)
38 days ago
I´m mostly human. I wonder what part of me it is not human.
Ethan (20456)
98 days ago
Oddly enough, I got that I am a human. It looks like most others are not getting that result.
Lee (08928)
155 days ago
Android - big suprise.
Artificial DNA (34084)
243 days ago
Totally Android
Era (23066)
275 days ago
Cute, but the questions naturally reflect a western society with different moral and legal values resulting from a history we haven't experienced.

They would not engender the same emotional and physiological responses.

Still neat though, I guess.
FistoRoboto (28596)
285 days ago
Is this to test if I'm a machine or a lesbian?
Anon (44084)
329 days ago
Not exactly the most accurate, you need to measure their pupil and blush response as well. Not to mention that the story is set in the future when nearly all animals are dead. This greatly affects the magnitude of the questions. In nowadays context it requires much more empathy.
DMc (22744)
456 days ago
Obviously no one here has read the book...its VOIGT-KAMPFF, NOT VOIGHT-KAMPFF....
Peter (38629)
495 days ago
Regarding question 9's meaning.Answers to any question? All questions or one question? There are thirty answers in all including those of question 10. Or do you mean how many of my answers coincided with machine answers?
pix (50406)
949 days ago
"not affecting the results".. ohh I won't fall in that trap, human!