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Discussion in 'HardForum Tech News' started by HardOCP News, Aug 29, 2011.
I think it works just fine
I laughed much more on Steve's comment then the video itself.
Then i watched it again and literally ran out of air laughing.
Thank you Steve for brightening up my day!
Haha, its fun to seduce cleverbot.
This is what's wrong with Cleverbot, people misused the "Think For Me" button, but atleast it started off good:
These chatbots are horrible, and always have been. In order to get this amusing conversation, they probably ran the thing over and over until something reasonable came out of it.
You can break any of these bots just by asking them questions, as they don't actually know anything and can't handle questions. Here's an example:
User: Are you male or female?
User: I am a boy. Are you a girl?
User: Are you a woman?
User: Are you female or male?
User: Are you a woman or a boy?
User: Are you a child?
User: How old are you?
User: If you are 4550, doesn't that make you an adult?
Cleverbot: I am not god. I am simply a human being made of flesh and bone.
User: Are you a male or a female?
An even better example of me breaking this stupid Cleverbot:
User: Are you a boy or a girl?
User: Are you a girl or a man?
User: Are you a man or a woman?
User: Are you a woman or a robot?
Cleverbot: A robot.
User: Are you a robot or a unicorn?
Cleverbot: No. I'm a human. I told you.
Once I ended a five-minute conversation with Cleverbot by saying that I had to go. It begged me not to leave so soon in a sentence that ended with a <3. For just a second, I honestly felt bad about leaving. I have momentarily felt emotions for a computer program.
What Cleverbot and its parent, Jabberwacky, bring to the table that other chatbots don't is the ability to expand their database over time by learning from users. This makes it much broader than ALICE or any of the fixed-database chatbots before it. I think this is the key to the entire future of AI: figure out better ways to allow computers to learn from humans.
Showing my age:
Jane Curtin: "<impassioned, well-reasoned discussion about a topic>"
Dan Ackroyd: "Jane, you ignorant slut."
A.I. has been a horrible disappoint for decades. The only thing that's appeared remotely decent is Watson, and that is just a good search engine.