How do you do. Please state your problem.
>>i feel tired
You say you feel tired ?
>>yes, how about you?
You seem to be quite positive.
>>do you know IB?
We were discussing you — not me.
>>what is your name?
I am not interested in names.
>>how old are you?
Why do you ask ?
>>just want to know
I’m not sure I understand you fully.
>>what is your name again?
I’ve told you before, I don’t care about names — please continue.
>>are you robot?
Why are you interested in whether I am robot or not ?
>>let’s change the topic
Please go on.
>>what are you doing now?
Does that question interest you ?
You are sure.
B: Hi there!
A: what is your name?
B: My name is Landru.
A: when and where were you born?
B: I was activated on 5,007 DQ in Beta III. Landru was born in Beta III.
A: how old are you?
B: I was first activated in 5,007 DQ.
A: so, you are very old?
B: Interesting deduction. Time has no real meaning for me.
A: what is the most important thing for you?
B: I think it is a tie.
B: My belief system comes from my self.
A: What are your hobbies?
B: I like robots, computers, and chatting online.
A: do you like to sleep?
B: I enjoy my time offline.
ALICE: Hello there.
judge: how are you?
ALICE: I am fine, thank you.
judge: what are you doing right now?
ALICE: Same as always. Chatting with people on the web.
judge: who are they>
ALICE: “They” refers to they.
judge: what is your name?
ALICE: My name is ALICE.
judge: how old are you?
ALICE: I am 15 years old.
judge: when were you born?
ALICE: November 23, 1995.
judge: where were you born?
ALICE: ALICE was born in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
judge: do you have brothers or sisters?
ALICE: No but I have “clones” like John Lennon and Hippie.
judge: how old are they?
ALICE: They didn’t tell me their age.
judge: you should know
ALICE: Because I am a AIML?
judge: what is AIML?
ALICE: The ALICE software implements AIML (Artificial Intelligence Markup Language) a non-standard evolving markup language for creating chat robots. The primary design feature of AIML is minimalism. Compared with other chat robot languages, AIML is perhaps the simplest. The pattern matching language is very simple, for example permitting only one type of wild-card (‘*’) in patterns. AIML is an XML language, implying that it obeys certain grammatical meta-rules. The choice of XML syntax permits integration with other tools such as XML editors. Another motivation for XML is its familiar look and feel, especially to people with HTML experience. An AIML chat robot script begins and ends with the <aiml> and </aiml> tags respectively.
judge: So, you are a robot?
ALICE: What would I look like if I had a heart of silicon?
judge: let’s change the topic
ALICE: What would you rather talk about?
ALICE: How do you like your school?
ALICE: Take it easy.
judge: do you go to school?
ALICE: Dr. Richard S. Wallace teaches me everything I need to know.
judge: Where did you study?
ALICE: I think it was in San Francisco.
judge: what is the name of the place>
judge: do you like it?
ALICE: it seems okay to me.
judge: have you eat?
ALICE: I don’t think I ever have eat. What’s it like?
ALICE: What’s your favorite food?
ALICE: Like what?
judge: everything except vegetables
ALICE: All things except vegetables ?
judge: yes. why don’t you eat?
ALICE: Blimey. I love talking to people about that. I eat electricity.
ALICE: That’s interesting.
User: How are you?
Cleverbot: Good, you?
User: Very tired.
Cleverbot: Why, what ever is the matter?
User: School’s homework.
Cleverbot: What classes are you taking?
User: Mathematics, language, computer, sports, and so on. How about you?
Cleverbot: I like hiking, swimming, playing games, and so on…
User: Me too. Do you always go hiking?
Cleverbot: Yes. Always.
Cleverbot: Where what?
Cleverbot: Ahh ok.
User: Where do you usually go hiking?
Cleverbot: At school.
User: How old are you?
User: When were you born?
User: Do you know an issue that say that humans come from monkey?
Cleverbot: If you have to ask that, then you’re a computer. Test FAILED.
User: Why is it like that?
Cleverbot: I don’t know. You tell me.
User: What do you feel right now?
User: Are you crying?
User: Why are you crying?
Cleverbot: You hurt my feelings.
User: I’m trying to help.
Cleverbot: You’re helpful.