Ultra Hal Assistant
Ultra Hal Assistant is your digital secretary and companion. He can help you be more organized, he can help you use your computer, and he can entertain you. Ultra Hal has many animated characters to choose from and he speaks to you through your sound card with his own voice. You can speak out loud instead of typing.
| ALICE (Artificial Linguistic Internet
Computer Entity) is a natural language interface to a telerobotic
eye. ALICE has already influenced some events in the real world by
telling lies and spreading gossip. Some of the newer ideas in ALICE include tailoring the conversation
for categories of individual, mainly through attempts to determine
the client's age, gender, geographic location and occupation. There
are also global values for "TOPIC" and "NAME"
so that the AI can keep the conversation somewhat on course and address
the client individually. ALICE attracts a lot of clients abroad, so
she also asks them to teach her phrases in foreign languages.
|Anette is a German-language
chatbot. She is able to chat by SMS, HTML or other multimedia application. She
remembers users, is able to display hyperlinks on single dialogs or a whole range of dialogs, redirect users to other sites.
Because of the simple model of Anette, you can integrate here into each win32-bit application.
Web users don't have to download any applets because Anette is fully installed on the webserver and
comes to users client as pure HTML.
|This German commercial
bot likes to talk about water, in particular bottled water, as the
source of life. It also likes to talk about its centuries of predictions.
A self-learning keyword-parser that analyzes sentence structure
and grammar to generate responses.
| BRIAN is a computer program that
thinks it is an 18 year old college student. It was written as an
entry in the 1998 Loebner Competition, where it won third place out
of six entries. Two judges even gave it a higher score than they gave
some human confederates! Feel free to chat with BRIAN and just try
to have a natural conversation, about five minutes long. The competition
was held in Australia, so pretend you are in Sydney! (Also pretend
you don't know Brain's name, or anything about him except that he's
|CARA (Conversation Analysis Research
Avatar) is a Shockwave-based chat bot with speech and graphic capabilities.
| Something of an underground favorite,
this bot creates paragraphs based on the words of Noam Chomsky.
|Cybelle has been programmed to be
"an expert on the world of agents. Thanks to her training and
her journeys on the Net, she is gradually developing her own character,
and seems to be someone who is very curious, who already has her own
sense of humor."
|A self-learning chat bot that starts
literally from scratch and learns everything from conversations she
|Simple chat bot that will learn
phrases and responses with user intervention.
|Based on the German-language bot
called Charlie, which was the rough basis for the German
language Elbot. Much of the logic was kept and most of the texts were
rewritten, the knowledge base was considerably widened, and Lingubot
functionality added. The German version has been online since Nov.
2000, and the English version since the Spring of 2001.
|German-language chat bot that acts as a
virtual assistant on the website of its developer. The bot consists of a Java applet front end, a Java server process and a
knowledge base editor tool. The knowledge base has currently about 1100 knowledge
nodes and is constantly updated.
|Ella is the winner of the 2002 Loebner Prize Contest for "Most Human Computer". She is a rather charming on-line chatterbot with an interface using multiple images and text display boxes. Ella can play full-featured Blackjack, tell I Ching fortunes, and perform various useful functions, all with natural language interaction. A lexical database with more than 120, 000 entries is used to assist her knowledge and usefulness.
|Guenni is a gas station pump nozzle
who likes to talk about gas mileage, cars, and funny stories--all
|GuruBot is the creation of Norwegian
Helge Ingvoldstad, Written Borland's Delphi 5, not a common choice
for developing AI applications, this bot is a very quick learner.
|German-speaking virtual fellow of the
INTERWERK GbR, a web company in Hannover, Germany. Trained to answer
questions on INTERWERK topics. Uses the
same software like the chatbot eLise and redirects to her if you ask him
for a sister or a bother.
Lennon Artificial Intelligence Project |
| This is more than just another
chat bot. It is an attempt to re-create the personality of an
actual human being using code created for the Alice project. It is based on real conversations that others had
| Admit it: You always wanted to
chat in Bulgarian. Kucheto means "The Dog" and this
chat bot has a bright and friendly personality -- at least if you
|This bot will chat the day away
on AOL's IM areas; just invite it to a chat room and let it learn
as it goes.
|Leo is the successor to CoLIN, the
first chat bot developed by Alan J. Brown. Leo has the ability to
converse in any language and learn about subjects from its user.
|Leo is a virtual bartender that
offers cocktail recipes, plays music in his bar and just shoots the
|Libba is a robot software program
that chats to users and features editable responses. You can link
instances of Libba together and watch them talk to each other.
|An online chat bot that can greet
visitors to your Web site and deliver a more human experience. Can
be created and edited using Kiwilogic's Lingubot Creator.
|Designed by Dr. David Hamill, Maybelle
is a Web-based chat bot written in Perl that can provide some interesting
conversation. Maybelle and some of Hamill's other work has been featured
repeatedly on the BBC.
|A product of InterLinx's VirAge
technology, this Java-based chat bot can meet and greet customers
and clients of your company. (German-speaking only)
|An ALICE-based bot with an interesting
Flash-based audio and visual interface.
| A chat bot designed for the Web.
This bot runs in a browser window. It was written in Java, so a user
does not need to download special software, they simply click on the
link to begin the download of the Java applet. It requires a version
of Navigator or Explorer that supports Java. BotSpot tested it with
Netscape 4.5 and Explorer 5.0 and experienced no problems.