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AliceBot
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As a project with over 300 contributors worldwide, A.L.I.C.E. has many stories. But some of the most interesting come from the originator of the project, Dr. Richard S. Wallace. Browse through this collection of articles to learn about how A.L.I.C.E. came to be, and how it fits in the larger context of artificial intelligence. We DISTRIBUTE Alicebot and AIML Free Software. We distribute our advanced AI software source code freely to schools, research labs, nonprofits and other organizations, and to individuals.
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Introducing Jeeney AI - Artificial Intelligence
http://www.jeeney.com
Meet Jeeney AI, an artificially intelligent chat agent designed to learn from conversational experience.
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20Q.net
http://www.20q.net/index.html
20Q.net is an experiment in artificial intelligence. The program is very simple but its behavior is complex. Everything that it knows and all questions that it asks were entered by people playing this game.
20Q.net is a learning system; the more it is played, the smarter it gets.
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The Turing Test
http://www.turing.org.uk/turing/scrapbook/test.html
In 1950, Alan Turing proposed the Turing Test as a way to determine if a computer program could think like a human being. He proposed that a judge talk to a computer and man over telephone lines, and see, if by conversation alone, he could choose the human. If he was "fooled" by the computer program, then it was truly Artificially Intelligent.
Turing's 1950 paper in Mind, Computing Machinery and Intelligence, has become one of the most cited in philosophical literature, and heads the list in David Chalmers' bibliography of the philosophy of Artificial Intelligence.
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Dr. Thomas Whalen
http://www.loebner.net/Prizef/whalen-bio.html
Dr. Whalen has been conducting research on the human factors of information technologies for the Government of Canada at the Communications Research Centre in Ottawa since 1979. Dr. Whalen's current research projects at the Network Services and Interfaces Laboratory address the development of new services and human interfaces for computer networks. Most linguistic-based approaches to natural language require the development of a grammar. In contrast, Dr. Whalen's psychology-based approach relies on examining actual human behaviour.
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AI: The Art of Computing Machinery
http://www.cybermecha.com/
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The Loebner Prize
http://www.loebner.net/Prizef/loebner-prize.html
The Loebner Prize--"The First Turing Test"
The Loebner Prize is the first formal instantiation of a Turing Test. The test is named after Alan Turing the brilliant British mathematician. Among his many accomplishments was basic research in computing science. In 1950, in the article Computing Machinery and Intelligence which appeared in the philosophical journal Mind, Alan Turing asked the question "Can a Machine Think?"He answered in the affirmative, but a central question was: "If a computer could think, how could we tell?" Turing's suggestion was, that if the responses from the computer were indistinguishable from that of a human,the computer could be said to be thinking.
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