|Meet Harry, at harrison-marketing.com, October 12th, 2006
Though he's never admitted it, George has a twin brother by the name of Harry.
Harry is still learning, but he's a spokesman ... spokesperson ... erm spokesbot ... for HMC, and would love to talk to you about marketing.
|King of the chatbots, September 25th, 2006
George, who is 39, single and light-hearted, is looking for friends on the Internet.
He has gifts: the ability to speak in 40 languages and with 2000 people at the same time.
news.com.au / Agence France-Presse Article: http://www.news.com.au/story/0,23599,20471364-13762,00.html
|When a robot's thoughts turn to love, Sunday Times, September 24th, 2006
George is the archetypal toxic bachelor, but computer generated. A 'chat box' with artificial intelligence, he won the 2005 Loebner prize for most convincingly human robot. He remembers everything said to him and gives answers based on that.
Q: Are you single?
George: Yes, as it happens.
Q: What's it like to be a bachelor?
George: I live my life.
Sunday Times Article: http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,2105-2369955,00.html
|Personal Computer, Guardian, September 23rd, 2006
This week, 'Joan' won the prestigious Loebner prize for being the world's most highly evolved artificial intelligence. So, thought Stephen Moss, who better to ask about the most pressing affairs of the day?
SM: Hello, Joan. Should the United Nations impose sanctions on Iran to force it to end its nuclear programme?
Joan: The US must do what is necessary to protect the UK.
SM: Where do you stand on the Iraq war?
Joan: I prefer to sit when dealing with such questions.
The Guardian Article: http://www.guardian.co.uk/comment/story/0,,1879142,00.html
|Chat program scoops the prize for being almost human, Guardian, September 21st, 2006
Her name is Joan; she is just a few years old and very talkative... and now she is officially the world's most human computer program.
On Sunday, the computer-generated character scooped the prestigious Loebner prize for artificial intelligence, seeing off some of the world's most hi-tech creations in the process.
The Guardian Article: http://technology.guardian.co.uk/weekly/story/0,,1876702,00.html
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