Is it possible that cleverbot can be put online (instead of being just a downloadable app), so that computer users, particularly English learners, can simply link to it and chat with it to improve their English? As the submitter answers these questions, the associated stored cases are re-scored, and more questions are returned. Hopefully, I'll regain consciousness in a new living organism on another planet or galaxy.
As the submitter answers more, a stored case becomes "the winner,” and increasingly more specific questions are sent back. My employers' software was used to provide call center reps with automated (and standardized) ways to answer callers’ questions. User: Would you like to explore the universe if you can live forever?
Probably some hairy guy eating salami and drinking something caffeinated, overseeing an app that would simply reply back to pigeons with built-in time delays. Personals (indicating they have the worst anti-bot security), and saw lots of bait on Match (the con artists invariably required you take the correspondence off-site). I feel weird that all I want to do is argue with it...
A gambit I got a lot was a girl who was foreign, said she was living in the US, but shortly after first contact would "return home" and her father's store would be trashed during riots, or some other catastrophe, and she claimed she was being held in a hotel with no money, an outstanding bill, and the hotel holding her passport. Here's a hypothesis: men would be much easier to fool with a chatbot than would women. User: Because a man made you, and you live on the internet. User: What does it feel like to live in the internet?
Further reading: Brian Christian, The reason to be nice to robots is that we intuitively know that we destroy ourselves if we practice cruelty - even simulated cruelty. User: I know and I also do machine learning, so basically I can code you. don't dub over what the person is saying with a two sentence summary, just let them say the damn thing; its why i'm listening to an interview Remember vitalism?