Untitled Document
Not a member yet? Register for full benefits!

 Alice chatbot wins for third time

This story is from the category Artificial Intelligence
Printer Friendly Version
Email to a Friend (currently Down)



Date posted: 21/09/2004

It be Loebner Prize time again, the annual prize awarded for artificial intelligence. Held in New York on Sunday, the heavyweights of the artificial intelligence chatbots arrayed against one another, from the German Jabberwocky to the British Jabberwacky in this Turing Test based competition (is a chatbot indistinguishable from a human talking through IM)

Alice, already winning the prize in 2000 and 2001, claimed victory for the third time this year, as she reaches eleven years old, and continues to evolve and become far more complex yet refined each year.

See the full Story via external site: news.bbc.co.uk

Most recent stories in this category (Artificial Intelligence):

03/03/2017: Application of Fuzzy Logic Teaches Drones to land on Moving Targets

02/03/2017: Poker-playing AI program first to beat pros at no-limit Texas hold 'em

05/02/2017: Google's driverless cars make progress

04/02/2017: Study Exposes Major Flaw in Turing Test

31/01/2017: Artificial intelligence uncovers new insight into biophysics of cancer

31/01/2017: Hungry penguins help keep smart car code safe

12/01/2017: First ever perched landing performed using machine learning algorithms

12/01/2017: AI takes on humans in marathon poker game