A Survey of Chabot Systems through a Loebner Prize Competition

  title={A Survey of Chabot Systems through a Loebner Prize Competition},
  author={Luka Bradesko and Dunja Mladenic},
Starting in 1966 with the introduction of the ELIZA chatbot, a great deal of effort has been devoted towards the goal of developing a chatbot system that would be able to pass the Turing Test. These efforts have resulted in the creation of a variety of technologies and have taken a variety of approaches. In this paper we compare and discuss the different technologies used in the chatbots which have won the Loebner Prize Competition, the first formal instantiation of the Turing Test. Although… CONTINUE READING


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