In the Turing Test — conceived by British computer scientist Alan Turing in the 1950s — chatbots engage in typed conversations with humans, and try to fool them into thinking they're humans, too.(As a control, some users unknowingly chat with humans pretending to be chatbots.) At a recent Turing competition, Cleverbot fooled 59 percent of its human interlocutors into thinking it was itself a human.It stores them all in a huge database, and in every future conversation, its responses to questions and comments mimic past human responses to those same questions and comments.If, for example, you were to ask Cleverbot, "How are you?If you’re old enough to remember the internet in the late ’90s, you’ll also remember the glory days of chat rooms and instant messaging—not only with friends, but also strangers scattered across the globe.Now, a new Facebook Messenger bot attempts to recreate that stranger-induced high with Chatible, which facilitates a random conversation between anonymous parties.
She is friendly but will stand her ground if you start arguing with her. By integrating a chatbot into an outstream video ad spot, the bot is extended beyond Facebook Messenger.It is accessed by a call to action, laid over a video creative.To begin talking to her, just click the large picture at the top for the free version or the animated picture underneath her for the paid version. Facebook has shut down a controversial chatbot experiment that saw two AIs develop their own language to communicate.