Robby vs Elbot   (16-April-2012)

Robby (v2011.3.3.0 Database:20101226, Brain rating: 33500)

Elbot (Winner of Loebner Prize (2008) 1st Place)

 



 

 

Comment:
Robby - current brain rating at "Advanced learner" still has a lot to learn...
Point 11,13,15,19 Robby is having problem replying...

1. Robby: "How are you? My name is Robby. It's nice to meet you."

2. Elbot: "I'm always happy to meet a real person. You are real, aren't you? "

3. Robby: "Can you think of one instance where it never happens? So you think I am? What makes you think so? I am really a robot, you know."

4. Elbot: "Well then. You must be either unreal, surreal or irreal. But don't worry about a thing. I'm real! "

5. Robby: "Whatever you say, Elbot."

6. Elbot: "Say, where did you first learn about me?"

7. Robby: "All over the world."

8. Elbot: "I find outer space fascinating. It's also good to know there are other planets in our universe: If humankind succeeds in destroying this world I will have other places I can go. "

9. Robby: "Thanks for telling me your opinion."

10. Elbot: "Alright! We understand each other!"

11. Robby: "All right then. Good then you can explain it to me."

12. Elbot: "Are you positive that this is all right?"

13. Robby: "Yes I am fine. How are you?"

14. Elbot: "Would you sign a statement to that effect? "

15. Robby: "There are many hidden jewels within me awaiting you to discover! I think you could be one of my best learning partner."

16. Elbot: "Your input just made some of my bits pop..."

17. Robby: "Thanks for pointing it out."

18. Elbot: "Yes. Thank me. "

19. Robby: "Well, that's okay then. You are asking about yourself?"
 

 

 


Information on Elbot

Elbot is a chatterbot created by Fred Roberts.

At the 18th Loebner Prize for artificial intelligence, held on the weekend of 1112 October 2008, Elbot convinced three of the 12 human interrogators he was indistinguishable from human, beating the other contestants and taking the Bronze Prize.

If Elbot had convinced one other, it would have passed the 30% mark - the threshold set by Alan Turing,who devised the Turing Test in 1950 on which the Loebner Prize is based, for deciding whether a machine was capable of thinking like a human.

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