Quest for the World's First "Thinking" Computer

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eklipz330

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there should be a link of the conversation

this thing obviously had to be designed to answer those specific questions, i mean i still wouldn't consider it a thinking computer unless of course it can learn instead of being updated... i doubt this thing would have personality, it was probably based on a real human being...edit, it most def was

but that would scare me. irobot/eagle eye will happen -_-
 
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Check out this Web 2.0 approach to chatbots: http://chatbotgame.com.

Just as Deep Blue brute-forced it in chess with speed, the idea behind the Chatbot Game is to brute-force it with a huge number of user-submitted Google-like chat rules.
 

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@Grims - The point is "because we can"

As to the usefulness - that will come all to quickly. Consider how many people spend time in "chat rooms" Just text based responses flying around. Thats one possibility.
 
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This could be great instead of the very annoying automated systems for customer support
 
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