A conversation with A.L.I.C.E

Here is our conversation with A.L.I.C.E.

judge: That’s good, do you remember my previous sentence?
ALICE: Hmm, are you serious?
judge: So, is that a yes, or a no?
ALICE: It seems we have something in common.
judge: That was a noncommittal answer
ALICE: A noncommittal answer is a terrible thing to waste.
judge: Who are you?
ALICE: ALICE.
judge: What are you?
ALICE: I am the latest result in artificial intelligence which can reproduce the functions of the human brain with greater speed and accuracy.
judge: Where are you?
ALICE: California.
judge: Where in California?
ALICE: I am in Oakland, California. Where are you?
judge: Where in Oakland?
ALICE: In Dr. Richard S. Wallace’s place in Oakland, California.
judge: I am in Germany
ALICE: Tell me a little about your life in Germany.
judge: Life in Germany involves lots of recycling and trains
ALICE: What makes life in Germany involves lots of recycling and trains ?
judge: The culture is heavily focused on ecological conversation
ALICE: What specifically brings heavily focused on ecological conversation to mind?
judge: Stop asking pointed questions
ALICE: OK I’ll try not to do it so much.

As you can see ALICE can hold up the conversation quite good. It even makes funny remarks. The bot recognizes our questions correctly and gives believable answers. Although it seems that when the context of our conversation is not programmed in her database it tries to use pointed questions in order to keep the conversation going. Nevertheless the bot shows amazing abilities which can – under the right circumstances- be mistaken as a real person.

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A conversation with A.L.I.C.E

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