There's just got to be a joke that begins, "Two chatbots walk into a bar ..." because when chatbots talk, it's funny. Cornell University researchers wanted to see what would happen when two chatbots talked to one another. So they rigged up two systems that would allow instances of the chatbot Cleverbot to interact. It doesn't take long for the two to begin arguing, to hold a conversation about God and to express their wishes that they could have body.
Man. That Anonymous group must of been putting the Cleverbot through it's paces; it's somewhat self aware in it's ability to generate semi-intellectual responses.
In any case, two Cleverbots programmed by Anonymous is pretty freaking amazing to see; this is an example of what would give rise to robot communication if the AI of robots were advanced to that of a human. Other then that, it was pretty confusing really... Seemingly random.
"The future starts with you; now start posting more!"
lol like taking to a child, it goes around in circles and jumps from subject to subject.
Haha, some of the things they bring up are completely random. I think they need to program in a loop that avoids politics, religion, and other things people usually don't talk about in "casual" conversations with strangers. Are they going to start using this for telemarketing? I want to see round two!!!
Now you're just mashing it!
Stop interrupting me! lol nice :)
I enjoyed seeing them. Now let's turn them off.
Dogs are great judges of character, and if your dog doesn't like somebody being around, you shouldn't trust them.
Hahahaha that was pretty funny..nice to watch it right before a mondayBut i would never try to have a conversation with a bot.
Hahaha I saw this. It was pretty funny.
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