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Turing Style Machines

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Anyone got links to working online or downloadable turing machines? (the ones you talk to, not the tape ones).

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check out Alicebot. They have alot of downloadable resources.

www.alicebot.org

I believe. Or search google for alicebot if my memory on the address is bad.

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> do you deal crack?

ALICE: Yes I try to deal crack as often as possible, do you? I answer a lot of silly questions.

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thanks all.

one i found (eventually):

[java]: http://www.runabot.com/cgi-bin/webcom/caimjava?botname=alice
or
http://www.runabot.com/cgi-bin/webcom/caim?botname=alice
let you talk to alice for free (the winning one) but sometimes trips up.

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Chatterbots are stupid. A true step backwards within the field of AI.

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