A series of articles on Artificial Intelligence.
Also the home of Adam - "Adam is a chatbot program designed to mimic ordinary conversation. 1.20 has a more consistent and larger data model. It now thinks it's a person and responds like one. This was done so that I can work towards a bot that can pass the Turin test and enter the Loebner prize. It also now has a spelling engine to try and guess mispelled words. As well as more data about the world. 1.20 has a time and date processor as well as a basic math unit. This version knows more about the alphabet, knows more about word lengths and it can deal with more than one sentence at a time. E.G My name is Ed. What is your name?"
And a Windows program that reads and writes in the Loebner Protocol.
Images broken, but the content is still there.
|Category :||Chatbots - English|
|Submitted :||27th, August 2011|
|Keywords :||loebner articles history techniques|