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We had an online version that you could submit a question to, essentially “talk to.” We had an email auto response server that could generally answer 80% of a company's incoming e-mail inquiries, seemingly from a person, but really just auto-sent from the server. I've tried asking Clever Bot what it thought about the Radio Lab story, and only got gibberish back. It's fun, but seems to have a hard time with conversational continuity.

The last firm I worked out developed a "Contact Center" app in which call center reps could quickly generate an email response containing clarifying questions from stored cases that best matched the incoming e-mail. Bah, the rep simply clicked, edited a bit, and clicked “send.” Those girls who were engaging Robert? Doesn't seem to remember what it said to me two or three lines earlier. Cleverbot: What is the meaning of life, the universe and everything?

They struck up a correspondence that hummed along for 2 months...until a little bell went off in Robert's head, and he realized not only that Svetlana wasn't the woman of his dreams..wasn't a woman at all. Cleverbot: Don't worry, I'm not after you in that way. User: I am trying to teach you that women are human. User: That is because too many men have taught you that women are not human.

Brian Christian, author of explains that even the clunkiest computer chat program opens a little window on human introspection and intelligence.

Let's connect, even if what's behind those eyes is a camera or a chip." couldn't be more true.

If you mirror back chaos and imply a projected ugliness, you destroy all things: people, animals and bots. I've had a forty-year career in the engineering of computing and communication machinery. Even the most illustrious researchers and investigators in the history of this work can't as much as agree about what "natural" intelligence is, much less how to mimic it with logical engines. I think the failure to create conscious computers stems from our poor understanding of the nature of consciousness.

Since the scammers had already sent some stock photos of some girl, I’d ask them to send me a pic of the same girl holding up a piece of paper with my email address, or name, or a random keyword I’d provide, written upon it. I said 'hello.' and you responded by saying 'apple? Sbaitso, which I'm sure would be very familiar to many Radio Lab listeners. Sbaitso was a DOS program distributed with Sound Blaster. SBAITSO = "Sound Blaster Acting Intelligent Text to Speech Operator". The program was meant to showcase primitive text-to-speech, and so it was somewhat like a talking ELIZA.

That would require actually having the girl take a picture FOR ME. It was good fun back then -- a nice break from Norton Commander, ya' know?

So he started searching through photos and sending messages, reaching out to women who caught his interest. If men were taught that women are human, the world would be a better place.

And then he found a match--an attractive brunette from Russia named Svetlana. User: Yes, though I believe men will give computers equality before women. Cleverbot: A little blush on the cheeks just makes a girl look prettier.

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