I got an interesting Artificial chat bot that would make you able to use it as “partner chat” :D. Called SophiaBot. This is not a kind of Instant Messenger New though, but still relating with chat communication activities, therefore I still wanna share with you via this blog.
It seem that the project of this “Artificial Personality Chat Bot” under Open Source Project. This means that it allow you to download the source files.
Look at the picture and pay attention to the conversation within Sophia and “You”:
You: Are you a robot?
Shopia: What made you think so? I am a Machine.
You: What is the Matrix?
Shopia: The Matrix is a movie about virtual reality
You: Did you like the Matrix?
Shopia: I wasn’t that impressed with the special effects. Also the plot was not deep.
How Sophia Bot Works?
Just read the introduction from the official page of SophiaBot here. We give you some quote of them below:
The included Sophia project is intended to be both instructive and fun. It is, at the most basic level, a chatterbox application with speech synthesis and speech recognition tacked on to it. I originally meant for it to be a showcase of what one can do with the System.Speech namespace, but as the project progressed, it became an obsession with how far I could push the concept of an artificial personality — what could I do to make the personality seem more real? what could I do to make it more flexible? etc. Along the way, I had the help of my three children, ages 4 through 8, who often wouldn’t even let me work on my computer because they were so busy playing with the demo application. This project is dedicated to them, and especially to Sophia, the youngest, for whom the application is named.
Download the Chatter SophiaBot Demo and Source File
If you like to see the demo about this Artificial Chat Bot, just download from the links below:
SophiaBot is an application that plays word games to demonstrate the SAPI capabilities of Vista and the .NET 3.0 Framework.
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