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Questions for creator of chatbot ‘Mitsuku' Questions for creator of chatbot ‘Mitsuku'
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Add questions for Mistuku's creator Steve Worswick Add questions for Mistuku's creator Steve Worswick
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On September 6, <em>WikiTribune</em> will interview Steve Worswick, creator of chatbot "<a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mitsuku">Mitsuku</a>," who has won the Loebner Prize three times and is one of the four contestants at this year’s 2018 final. "Mitsuku" claims to be an 18-year-old female chatbot from Leeds, England. You can converse with "her" <a href="https://www.pandorabots.com/mitsuku/">here</a>. On September 6, <em>WikiTribune</em> will interview Steve Worswick, creator of chatbot "<a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mitsuku">Mitsuku</a>," who has won the Loebner Prize three times and is one of the four contestants at this year’s 2018 final. "Mitsuku" claims to be an 18-year-old female chatbot from Leeds, England. You can converse with "her" <a href="https://www.pandorabots.com/mitsuku/">here</a>.
Launched in 1990, the <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loebner_Prize" rel="external nofollow">Loebner Prize</a> is an annual competition in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) in which judges simultaneously have text-based conversations with a computer program and a human being via computer. Judges are tasked with deciding which is AI and which is the human by asking a series of questions, after which they make a selection. The prize is awarded to the AI that performs best on the day of the competition. Launched in 1990, the <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loebner_Prize" rel="external nofollow">Loebner Prize</a> is an annual competition in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) in which judges simultaneously have text-based conversations with a computer program and a human being via computer. Judges are tasked with deciding which is AI and which is the human by asking a series of questions, after which they make a selection. The prize is awarded to the AI that performs best on the day of the competition.
What questions would you like <em>WikiTribune</em> to ask Steve Worswick? What questions would you like <em>WikiTribune</em> to ask Steve Worswick?
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See an article these questions relate to <a href="https://www.wikitribune.com/article/86805/">here</a>. See an article these questions relate to <a href="https://www.wikitribune.com/article/86805/">here</a>.
Categories Categories
Technology Entertainment, Technology, United Kingdom, Technology
Article type Article type
developing developing
Tags Tags
AI, Artificial Intelligence, Bletchley Park, Loebner Prize, Mitsuku AI, Artificial Intelligence, Bletchley Park, Loebner Prize, Mitsuku
Author byline Author byline
Yes Yes
Has hero Has hero
No No
Hero Alignment Hero Alignment
full full
Hero Image URL Hero Image URL
None None
Featured Image URL Featured Image URL
  https://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/wikitribune-uploads-master/2018/09/05170447/Mitsuku.jpg
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