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chatbot

(ˈtʃætˌbɒt)
n
(Computer Science) a computer program in the form of a virtual e-mail correspondent that can reply to messages from computer users
[C20: from chat1 + (ro)bot]
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Eugene Goostman is an AI chatterbot built by Vladimir Veselov, Sergey Ullasen and his team and developed by i-Free .
After reading through the two arguments, you're offered a free copy of the educational chatterbot Elizabeth--an amusing example of a natural language processing program that will discuss almost anything with you for hours on end.
Nor can a chatterbot, a list of FAQs, a customer chat group or a users manual.
A chatterbot is a programme that attempts to simulate conversation, the aim being to at least temporarily fool you into thinking you are actually talking to another person.
From the early Eliza and chatterbot modules to the more recent chess-playing Deep Blue, the world has started to wake up to the idea of machine intelligence.
In the CPS Simulator, we have taken this one step further: upon failing to meet the criteria for an imperfect match, the user's question is sent to a chatterbot component (A.
Solililoquy's first product is a PC Product Selector Chatterbot which helps a user to determine which PC to buy, and which configuration best suits his needs.
In 1995, Richard began work on ALICE, a natural language chatterbot on the World Wide Web.
We implemented several frameworks for building a conversational agent [29], borrowing partly from natural language processing theory, which represents deep understanding of an utterance, and also from chatterbots, which mostly rely on simple pattern matching rules, much like Eliza [30].
Max's broad experience includes 3 years as an R&D Project Manager at WowWee where he launched products including Rovio, RS Media and ChatterBots.
Advanced chatterbots are now being used to deliver online training and should probably be called teacherbots.