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Links to Similar Sites


Here is a list of simlar bots and resources on both Artificial Intelligence and how to make your own chatbot. Hope you find them useful. If you have a site that you would like to have included on this page, please send the link and a small description to the address on the contacts page.


A.I. Nexus






A.I. Research



Chatterbox Challenge


The Loebner Prize

The ALICE chatbot is well respected throughout the internet and has won several awards and prizes for being the most "human" computer. Bearbot's technology is based on ALICE.

A showcase for some of the best chatbots on the net (Yes - Bearbot is among them!) Features a very helpful forum with useful tips and samples of code for your bot. The members are always willing to help out with any problems you may have with your bot.

Pandorabots is the place where you can create and unleash virtual personalities. It's a free bot hosting service for anyone who wishes to make their own chatbot. It's easy to get started with plenty of documentation to help you on your way. Bearbot is hosted at pandorabots.

A general site for A.I. including pattern-matching conversational machines and in reinforcement learning algorithms. Chat to the bots or make your own, use the forums, original papers, online labs, demos and links to explore what's happening both at Ai (the project) and in A.I. (the field).

An international chatbot contest featuring the world's best chatbots. You can chat to the robots and make your own decisions on who you think should be crowned the winner.

This annual competition aims to find the most human chatbot in the world. Dr. Hugh Loebner pledged a Grand Prize of $100,000 and a Gold Medal for the first computer whose responses were indistinguishable from a human's. Each year an annual prize of $2000 and a bronze medal is awarded to the most human computer.


(c) 2005 Steve Worswick