Questions for creator of chatbot ‘Mitsuku'

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On September 6 WikiTribune is interviewing Steve Worswick, creator of chatbot ‘Mitsuku’, 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. You can converse with ‘her’ here.

The Loebner prize is an annual competition in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) first launched in 1990, where judges simultaneously have text based conversations with a computer program and a human being via a computer. Judges are tasked with inferring which is AI and which is a human by asking a series of questions, after which they make a selection. The prize is awarded to the AI that performs the best on the day of the competition.

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