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tuandinh
posted 4/9/2013  11:00Send e-mail to userReply with quote
Hi everyone,

I'm a newbie in AI, my professor gave me a mini project about chatbot. I have read some documents about it, but i don't know the standards of a chat bot?, i know it depends on the judges in the test, but i wonder if there are some questions and answers to test my chatbot?
Thank you,


squarebear
posted 4/9/2013  15:19Send e-mail to userReply with quote
You should check some of the Loebner Prize questions, Chatbot Battles and The Chatterbox Challenge to see what is expected of a chatbot.


tuandinh
posted 4/10/2013  10:42Send e-mail to userReply with quote
Thank you "),and is the score of answer depends on the opinion of each judge?


tkorrovi
posted 4/10/2013  21:34Send e-mail to userReply with quote
Yes and please understand that the Loebner Prize criterion is not the same as the Turing test, nor is it an implementation of the Turing test.


AiHasBeenSolved
posted 4/11/2013  07:55Send e-mail to userReply with quote
You might be interested in the AI Mind discussion at Chatbots.org.

 AI Mind discussion at Chatbots.org

tuandinh
posted 4/11/2013  18:25Send e-mail to userReply with quote
thank you so much :)


squarebear
posted 4/12/2013  10:43Send e-mail to userReply with quote
 
tkorrovi wrote @ 4/10/2013 9:34:00 PM:
Yes and please understand that the Loebner Prize criterion is not the same as the Turing test, nor is it an implementation of the Turing test.

 
Although the rules for passing the Loebner test are a lot more difficult than the Turing Test (You get to speak with the entities for 25 minutes instead of 5 and have to fool 50% of judges instead of 30%), it IS an implementaion of the Turing Test. How do you believe it isn't?


tkorrovi
posted 4/13/2013  03:05Send e-mail to userReply with quote
 
squarebear wrote @ 4/12/2013 10:43:00 AM:
it IS an implementaion of the Turing Test. How do you believe it isn't?

 
Its rules contain nothing about finding out about the system itself. Thus it is a kind of vulgarization of the Turing test, but sadly because it has been promoted so much, it has become the way how Turing test is commonly understood.

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