For reasons which will be explained below, this is the first time this event has been properly written up.This chatbot succeeded due to profanity, relentless aggression, prurient queries about the user, and implying that they were a liar when they responsed. Most chatbots exist in an environment where people expect to find some bots among the humans. It seems to have been the first (a) AI real-time chat program, which (b) had the element of surprise, and (c) was on the Internet.We conclude with some speculation that the future of all of AI is on the Internet, and a description of the "World-Wide-Mind" project that aims to bring this about.The conversations this program had can be seen - depending on how one defines the rules (and how seriously one takes the idea of the test itself) - as a passing of the Turing Test.This is the first time this event has been properly written up. This was certainly one of the first AI programs online.According to Microsoft's Deborah Harrison, who is one of eight writers for Cortana, a chunk of the earliest queries were about Cortana's sex life.A specific goal was to make sure Cortana wasn't treated as a subservient.
Mojo Kid writes: Not long after Apple unveiled its Siri personal assistant to the world, it took very little time before people began asking her outrageous questions, sometimes inappropriate or just humorous, if for no other reason than they just could.
When creating Cortana, Microsoft was well-aware of what its digital assistant was going to have to deal with, so, believe it or not, it was designed in such a way to handle abuse in a specific manner.
Keywords - chatbot, Turing Test, Eliza, Internet, chat, BITNET, CHATDISC.
In 1989, the author put a chatbot on the Internet, whose conversations can be seen, depending on our definitions, as having "passed the Turing Test".
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In 1989, the author put an Eliza-like chatbot on the Internet.