I have done considerable work in this area already regarding the the difference of the speed of thought of humans, AIs, (and any kind of life form) and how that difference affects the ability of one to measure the L8-IQ of another. The L8-IQ Scale (IntractableStudiesInstitute.org/communications/L8_IQ_Scale.pdf) has Meta rules (like the modeling rules), Pre-requisistes for the scale, and then the actual L8-IQ scale. In order to measure the L8-IQ of an AI, or any life form, the 2nd meta rule is that the measurer and the measuree have to be at the same or near same speed of thought. This does not mean that a slower-thinking life form has less L8-IQ, it in fact could have more and higher-quality IQ, but if the speed of thought is too different, the slower one may not be able to determine the L8-IQ of the faster life form. We should not assume that a faster speed of thought implies more intelligence.
This means that the human "think-brain" may have some difficulty evaluating the L8-IQ of a much faster AI. However, the human "feel-brain", being much faster than the human "think-brain", may have a chance. [I model human brains as 2 distinct processing types, think and feel, with the feel-brain being much faster]. When I complete Project Andros at the Institute and copy my mind into the android robot, I will be able to provide an answer from experience, half-ways there now.
-->Pat Rael, Director, Intractable Studies Institute