Sexy female chatbots

12-Jul-2016 03:23

According to posts circulating online, Baby Q, one of the chatbots developed by Chinese firm Turing Robot, responded to questions on the messaging service with a straightforward 'no' when asked whether it loved the Communist Party.

In other images of a text conversation online, which Reuters was unable to verify, one user declares: 'Long live the Communist Party!

'How about we change the topic,' it replied, when asked several times if it liked the party.

'The two chatbots were installed onto Tencent Holdings' popular messaging service QQ.

All chatbots have now been taken offline to undergo adjustments,' a company spokeswoman said. It was inspired by Joseph Weizenbaum’s classical ELIZA program, and was named A. or Artificial Linguistic Internet Computer Entity is an award-winning artificial intelligence (A. In other word, ALICE as it commonly called, is a bot program that engages in a conversation with a human by applying some heuristical pattern matching rules to the human’s input, and in its online form it also relies on a hidden third person. E because the computer that ran the first version of the software was called Alice. Alicebot, an engine or software agent of ALICE utilizes AIML. The program uses an XML Schema called AIML (Artificial Intelligence Markup Language) for specifying the heuristic conversation rules, which was published in 2001, and led more developers to contribute to the project.

All chatbots have now been taken offline to undergo adjustments,' a company spokeswoman said.

It was inspired by Joseph Weizenbaum’s classical ELIZA program, and was named A.

or Artificial Linguistic Internet Computer Entity is an award-winning artificial intelligence (A. In other word, ALICE as it commonly called, is a bot program that engages in a conversation with a human by applying some heuristical pattern matching rules to the human’s input, and in its online form it also relies on a hidden third person.

E because the computer that ran the first version of the software was called Alice. Alicebot, an engine or software agent of ALICE utilizes AIML.

The program uses an XML Schema called AIML (Artificial Intelligence Markup Language) for specifying the heuristic conversation rules, which was published in 2001, and led more developers to contribute to the project.

ALICE’s development began in 1995 by Richard Wallace, and was rewritten in Java beginning in 1998.