chatbot - Katherine Fox CSC 250 April 15, 2009 Chatbot...

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Katherine Fox CSC 250 April 15, 2009 Chatbot Assignment Comfying myself into my desk chair I opened my internet application on my computer to start my “conversation” with Eliza and then move on to Alice. I discovered early on that both chatbots used a series of guided words and phrases to contribute to our so called conversation. Using inappropriate grammar and punctuation confused the two systems and made their responses make no sense. For example, Alice asked me my favorite movie to which I responded as follows: ALICE : What is your favorite movie? Human: where's my car? ALICE: Have you looked in your garage? Human: I am answering your question ALICE: I could do it more if I wanted to. Human: we're done here ALICE: Do you think I am done here too? Human: I would beg to offer you never began ALICE: What would make you beg to offer me never began? Our “conversation” went on in this manner. It was almost like a Who’s on First, What’s on Second type situation I was experiencing. The general rules that both these systems follow were easily broken once I was able to
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This note was uploaded on 09/16/2009 for the course CSC 250 taught by Professor Unknown during the Spring '09 term at DePaul.

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