"Socialbot isn't designed to fool people, like many 'chatbots'. Fooling isn't easy, and it's not very useful. Instead Socialbot uses animation and natural dialog to give and receive socially relevant information such as learning and remembering your name.
Socialbot relies on 'behaviors'. Each behavior is a short set of instructions designed to handle a specific task. Usually, a behavior is triggered when the user's input contains something it can understand and use. If triggered, the behavior will invoke inferences, do calculations, remember facts and perform other 'functions' before generating output. Socialbot has access to a library of common knowledge as well, such as typical names, countries, animals, and so on."
|Category :||Chatbots - English|
|Submitted :||6th, August 2008|