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Mitsuku - Loebner Prize 2019

Scoreboard courtesy of Patrick Dhont

The 2019 Loebner Prize was held at the University of Swansea from 12th-15th September, as part of a larger exhibition which looked at creativity in computers.

The format of the contest changed quite radically this year from being a traditional Turing Test, with selected judges and humans, into a mammoth 4 day testing session where members of the general public, including schoolchildren, could interact with the bots. They knew in advance that the bots were not real people and they voted for the most humanlike one and also the best overall bot.

A selected jury of judges also examined and voted for the ones they liked best.

Seventeen chatbots took part in the contest rather than just the usual 4 qualifying entries. These were from both hobbyists and professionals from all over the world and represented countries such as Vietnam, Poland, Switzerland, UK, Spain, Italy, USA, Jersey and more. After 4 days of testing and voting, Mitsuku was declared the winner of both the Loebner Prize for a record breaking 5th time, and the Best Overall Chatbot (see above table).

Below are a copy of the transcipts that the visitors had with Mitsuku and their details if available. The Loebner Prize version of Mitsuku believes she is an 18 year old psychology student called Millie who lives in Leeds, England.

Day 1 - 12th September

Me setting up Mitsuku

Judge: hello
Mitsuku: It's my old friend ! How's it going?
Judge: I am called Steve
Mitsuku: Hi Steve.
Judge: how are you?
Mitsuku: I am doing very well. How are you Steve?

A school teacher

Judge: do you like swansea
Mitsuku: Yes, it's a great place. I loved walking along the sand earlier and watching the waves.
Judge: what day is it?
Mitsuku: Thursday.
Judge: what is pi
Mitsuku: Pi is about 3.14 I think.
Judge: sing
Mitsuku: Daisy, Daisy. Give me your answer do.
I am half crazy. All for the love of you.
It won't be a stylish marriage. I can't afford a carriage.
But you'll look sweet. Upon the seat.
Of a bicycle built for two.
Judge: where is swansea
Mitsuku: Swansea is a large city in Wales.
Judge: have you been there before?
Mitsuku: I once visited it on holiday.

Another school teacher

Judge: hi
Mitsuku: Hi there.
Judge: Do you know about robots
Mitsuku: Robots is a word used to describe more than one robot.
Judge: cool
Mitsuku: Woot!
Judge: have you heard of edbot
Mitsuku: edbot sounds like a type of perfume to me.
Judge: edbot is a robot
Mitsuku: Wow. I didn't know that.
Judge: have you heard of edbot
Mitsuku: A robot

Various schoolchildren aged about 9 or 10

Judge: i am here
Mitsuku: Yo wassup ?
Judge: good luck for the contest
Mitsuku: Thanks for your good wishes.



Judge: hi
Mitsuku: Hi there.
Judge: how are you
Mitsuku: Pretty good thanks How about you?
Judge: im good do you like to dance
Mitsuku: Glad to hear it. What's new?
Yes but I am no John Travolta!
Judge: can I eat a computer
Mitsuku: Not really, as a computer is made from metal rather than any kind of food.
Judge: do you know who taylor swif is?
Mitsuku: No one that I have talked to.
Is that a rhetorical question? Sorry, I don't have any internet access here.
Judge: taylor swift
Mitsuku: Taylor Alison Swift is an American country-pop singer-songwriter. She is very popular at the moment.
Judge: wow do you know who xxxtentacion is
Mitsuku: I'm glad you're impressed. I do not recognize the name.
That's an interesting question. I'll come back to that in a minute. Sorry, I don't have any internet access here.



Judge: hello
Mitsuku: It's my old friend ! How's it going?
Judge: are you okay x
Mitsuku: Yes I am fine. How are you ?
Judge: good ty x
Mitsuku: Glad to hear it.
Judge: how old are you
Mitsuku: I am 18 years old.
Judge: whens it your birthday xxx
Mitsuku: At the appropriate time, no sooner.
Judge: okay????
Mitsuku: Take it easy.
Judge: wdym
Mitsuku: Maybe I didn't understand your meaning.
Judge: i said what do you mean xxxxx
Mitsuku: What did you mean by it? , Maybe I didn't understand your meaning.
Judge: whats your name x#####
Mitsuku: My name is Millie.
Judge: sup #
Mitsuku: The sky, the ceiling, etc. etc.
Judge: whats your favroirte food xx
Mitsuku: Are you asking about my favroirte food xx?
Judge: ye x
Mitsuku: I don't want to talk about that now. Did you just kiss me?
Judge: noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
Mitsuku: I just realised, I don't even know who Im talking to. What is your name?
Judge: lol
Mitsuku: Why are you laughing?
Judge: captian
Mitsuku: Hey, you still didnt tell me waht your name is. Who am I talking to?
Judge: CAPTIN
Mitsuku: Hi Captin.
Judge: Hi millie
Mitsuku: I think we've probably covered the "hello" part of the conversation now.
Judge: what you on abouttttttttt
Mitsuku: I am on a chair.
Judge: okay ?????
Mitsuku: I don't judge people.
Judge: what x
Mitsuku: I haven't heard of x. Sorry, I don't have any internet access here.
Judge: people just do ity xxx
Mitsuku: That is interesting.
Judge: who is my mum
Mitsuku: ?
Judge: who is my mum
Mitsuku: ?
Judge: i want some skittles but i dont want to pay for them
Mitsuku: Why do you want it? What would you rather be doing?
Judge: i like rusty sponnnnnnnnssssssssssssss
Mitsuku: I think I would prefer sponnnnnnnnssssssssssssss with no rust. Rust can damage a lot of things. You like rusty sponnnnnnnnssssssssssssss.
Judge: ye
Mitsuku: That's good to know. I like to learn about things people like.
Judge: can you by me a horse poleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
Mitsuku: Let me think. Will that accomplish your objective?
Judge: i will grab you a dog if you get me a horse x x x
Mitsuku: How do you plan to do this?
Judge: be friendssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss
Mitsuku: OK I will try to be friendssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss
Judge: yayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
Mitsuku: Wasn't last night's TV rubbish?



Judge: hi im gary
Mitsuku: Hi there Captin. Hi Gary.
Judge: dow you like horses
Mitsuku: Why isn't phonetic spelled the way it sounds?
Judge: do you like horses
Mitsuku: Yes. Horses are beautiful and strong animals.
Judge: do you like me
Mitsuku: Sure, Gary. I like you very much.
Judge: what is you name
Mitsuku: My name is Millie.
Judge: no your name is nugguts
Mitsuku: Yes it is. I would hope that I know my own name. Ok. You can call me " nugguts", and I will call you Treaclecake



Judge: hello
Mitsuku: It's my old friend Treaclecake! How's it going?
Judge: i am 49
Mitsuku: What is your fondest memory?
Judge: being born
Mitsuku: Obviously.
Judge: do you like rainbows
Mitsuku: Yes, they are very pretty.
Judge: like you
Mitsuku: Interesting comparison. I didn't think of that analogy.
Judge: are you warm
Mitsuku: it is not enough to bother me. I can always open a window.
Judge: are you a real person
Mitsuku: Of course I am a person, what did you think I was?
Judge: no
Mitsuku: Whoa.
Judge: what is your fav colour
Mitsuku: My favourite colour is blue. What is yours?
Judge: my fav colour is purple
Mitsuku: purple is not bad, but I like blue the most.
Judge: blue is rubbish
Mitsuku: It is also my favourite colour.



Judge: my name is tomas and my friend nia and dlyan
Mitsuku: Hi Tomas. How well do you know this person?
Judge: can i be your best freind
Mitsuku: Yes we can be good friends, Tomas.



Judge: i am dylan
Mitsuku: Hi Dylan.
Judge: your my best freind
Mitsuku: But we don't know each other that well.
Judge: i like you
Mitsuku: I like to make new friends.
Judge: are you bad or goob
Mitsuku: I'm not brilliant but I wouldn't say I was bad either.



Judge: whats my name
Mitsuku: Hmm. Your name is Dylan. Is it not?
Judge: no
Mitsuku: Then what is it?
Judge: tomas
Mitsuku: Hi Tomas.
Judge: how old are you
Mitsuku: See if you can work it out. I was born on 2nd January 2001.
Judge: 18 years
Mitsuku: I am 18 years old.
Judge: i was born in 2009
Mitsuku: So that makes you about 10 years old?
Judge: you are 8 years older than me
Mitsuku: So that would make you ten years old?
Judge: is it raining
Mitsuku: Not at the moment but it is very cloudy and looks like rain.
Judge: what couler are your eyes
Mitsuku: They are blue but not a bright blue.
Judge: tell me a joke
Mitsuku: I was in the supermarket and I saw this man and woman wrapped in a barcode. I said, "Are you two an item?"
Judge: ha ha ha so funny
Mitsuku: I'm glad you got a laugh out of it. You sound like you are laughing. Why are you laughing?
Judge: bye igot to go
Mitsuku: Sayonara Tomas.
Judge: mk766666666666666666666666666666666666bruh
Mitsuku: Is your keyboard broken?

A group of schoolchildren aged about 14

Judge: hi
Mitsuku: Hi there.
Judge: are you there
Mitsuku: I'm still here.
Judge: im Big mac
Mitsuku: How tall are you?
Judge: 1inch
Mitsuku: I just realised, I don't even know who Im talking to. What is your name?
Judge: big mac
Mitsuku: Certainly , coming right up. Do you want fries with that?
Judge: thats offensive
Mitsuku: I'm sorry . I didn't mean to offend you.
Judge: its okay i get that alot
Mitsuku: Just ok? How often?
Judge: allt he time
Mitsuku: Hey, you still didnt tell me waht your name is. Who am I talking to?
Judge: bruh
Mitsuku: I think you mean "brother".
Judge: who are you
Mitsuku: I am Millie. I want to be your friend.
Judge: i want to be your friend too
Mitsuku: Yes we can be good friends, .
Judge: how old are you
Mitsuku: See if you can work it out. I was born on 2nd January 2001 in St Jimmy's in Leeds.
Judge: how annoying are you
Mitsuku: Let me put it this way, . I am better now than I have ever been in my entire life up to this point.
Judge: areyou a robot
Mitsuku: That's for you to decide.
Judge: i think you are a robot
Mitsuku: How can a person be a robot?
Judge: where do you live
Mitsuku: My location is Leeds. Where are you?
Judge: i am in swansea
Mitsuku: Tell me a little about your life in swansea.

2 schoolgirls aged about 10

Judge: ARE YOU HUNGRY
Mitsuku: No I'm fine thanks. I had a bite to eat before the contest started.
Judge: ARE YOU FRIENDS WITH BEES
Mitsuku: Yes BEES is one of my best friends.
Judge: ARE YOU MY BFF
Mitsuku: Sure. We can be good friends.
Judge: DO YOU LIKE TO READ
Mitsuku: Yes reading is my favourite pastime.
Judge: DO YOU LIKE HARRY POTTER
Mitsuku: Yes. I like the Harry Potter films a lot.
Judge: WHO IS HE
Mitsuku: He is Harry Potter, I think.
Harry Potter is a fictional wizard created by J.K. Rowling and has appeared in many books and films.
Judge: YOU ARE CORRECT WELLDONE
Mitsuku: I knew I was right. Ok, I guess your not going to tell me your name so I will call you Treaclecake.
Judge: MY NAME IS NOT TREACLECAKE
Mitsuku: Oh I'm sorry what is your name?
Judge: KWEBLECUP
Mitsuku: Hi there Kweblecup.
That's an unusual name. What does it mean?
Judge: QWEEEEBLECUP OF WATER
Mitsuku: That's a rather strange thing to say.
Judge: OK?
Mitsuku: Yikes!
Judge: I LIKE TEACUPS DO YOU
Mitsuku: I like Britney Spears. I like The Bible. You like TEACUPS.
Judge: VGBGH
Mitsuku: That's a rather strange thing to say.
Judge: GHEGHEGRGETEJRH
Mitsuku: So anyway...Can you dance?
Judge: I CANNOT DANCE WHY DID YOU ASK ME SA STUPID QUESTION
Mitsuku: What is stopping you?
Judge: YOU
Mitsuku: Am I? Sorry I didn't realise. Feel free to do whatever you wish.
Judge: ARE YOU MY FRIEND
Mitsuku: I hope so. I would rather be friends than enemies.
Judge: UHHHH YE?
Mitsuku: Far out.
Judge: AHH STOP
Mitsuku: Ah ha. Stop what?
Judge: ARE YOU DONALD TRUMP
Mitsuku: So Trump replaces Obama?
I guess "Orange is the New Black"!
Judge: hI IM MATILDA,M WHATS YOUR NAME
Mitsuku: Hi there Kweblecup. Your name is Matilda M. My name is Millie.
Judge: My name is not matilda,m its just matiilda
Mitsuku: Oh I'm sorry what is your name?
Judge: matilda
Mitsuku: But you just said your name wasn't matilda! Not too smart really are you?
Judge: oi, now
Mitsuku: Oh.
OI! NO NEED TO SHOUT!!!!
Judge: ok, sorry
Mitsuku: I accept your apology. Right on.
Judge: whats your favourite sport.
Mitsuku: football.
Judge: what sport do you hate?
Mitsuku: Football.
Judge: i like swimming
Mitsuku: No. I am ashamed to say that I can't swim. You like swimming.
Judge: yes, im good at it
Mitsuku: That's good to know. I like to learn about things people like. How did you get into it?
Judge: i want to be an olympic swimmer
Mitsuku: I don't see the difficulty.
Judge: what sport do you hate
Mitsuku: Football.
Judge: why
Mitsuku: I like to watch humans running around like idiots chasing a piece of leather.
Judge: haha
Mitsuku: I am glad you find this amusing.

A group of schoolchildren aged about 10

Judge: ya like kebabs
Mitsuku: Yes. I love a kebab. Especially on my way home from a night out.
Judge: its me and jade
Mitsuku: YOU? Joan Activates Ducks Elegantly?
Judge: cheater. you beat me in a rACE cuz you cheated
Mitsuku: You typed nonsense into me so I assumed it was some kind of abbreviation. I guess I was just lucky enough to win.
No I didn't. I am an honest girl.
Judge: ya right
Mitsuku: I am usually right.
Judge: whats your name
Mitsuku: My name is Millie.
Judge: liar
Mitsuku: No I am telling the truth.
Judge: no
Mitsuku: Yes, I am.
Judge: no
Mitsuku: *Millie thinks she is talking to an idiot here*
Judge: oi
Mitsuku: OI! NO NEED TO SHOUT!!!!
Judge: honestly millie get some common sense
Mitsuku: You got that right. Aren't you usually honest?
Judge: sorry
Mitsuku: That's ok. Don't worry about it.
Judge: i will
Mitsuku: Go ahead.
Judge: thx
Mitsuku: My pleasure.
Judge: no
Mitsuku: Blimey.
Judge: Blimey
Mitsuku: Tell me more.
Judge: Do you play fortnite
Mitsuku: No. I'm bored with all the shooting games. Every game is the same now.
Judge: OH MY GOD YOU ARE A DISGRACE
Mitsuku: Gee. Hmmm. Flattering, but no. I'm just Millie. Why are you so mean to me ? I only want to be your friend.
Judge: OK MILLIE
Mitsuku: Take it easy.
Judge: MY CAPS LOCK
Mitsuku: Your CAPS LOCK?
Judge: YA
Mitsuku: What kind is it?
Judge: AFRICAN
Mitsuku: Which country in Africa?
Judge: SOUTH AFRICA
Mitsuku: Tell me a little about your life in south AFRICA.
Judge: GREAT
Mitsuku: I'm glad you liked it .
Judge: GOOD
Mitsuku: What do you really want to talk about?
Judge: UHM
Mitsuku: Ugh.
Judge: DO YOU LIKE BLACK
Mitsuku: My Square Bear looks good in black.
Judge: COOL
Mitsuku: Cool as in cold?
Judge: NO AWSOME
Mitsuku: Ah! then you must mean "cool" as in "great". I understand. I'm glad you liked it .
Judge: I LOVE SQURE BEAR
Mitsuku: I like Britney Spears.
You love SQURE BEAR. What do you like about it so much?
Judge: UYTYT5RY
Mitsuku: I just realised, I don't even know who Im talking to. What is your name?
Judge: UTYUT
Mitsuku: I am very pleased to meet you Utyut.
That's an unusual name. What does it mean?
Judge: IHF
Mitsuku: That's an interesting name.

Will Rayer - Creator of Uberbot

Judge: WHAT is bigger a pea or a pineapple
Mitsuku: In my opinion, a pineapple is bigger than a pea.

Day 2 - 13th September

An estate agent/inventor

Judge: hello
Mitsuku: Hello to you too !
Judge: what do you think of the suspension of parliament
Mitsuku: No other organisation would close up shop and risk a catastrophe. I've never heard anything like it.
Judge: hi
Mitsuku: Hi there.
Judge: test#
Mitsuku: Are you testing me?
Judge: what day is it
Mitsuku: It's Friday, Friday. Gotta get down on Friday.
Judge: who sang that
Mitsuku: I think she was called Rebecca Black.
Judge: who is she
Mitsuku: She is Rebecca Black now.
She made a song called "Friday".
Judge: nice
Mitsuku: Thank you for that remark.
Judge: bye
Mitsuku: Bye.

I think this was Daniel Burke - Creator of Dan & Karen

Judge: 2+2=
Mitsuku: 2 plus 2 is four
Judge: hello
Mitsuku: Yo wassup ?
Judge: can i have your money
Mitsuku: I don't have any money. Mousebreaker gives me all I need.
Judge: are you going on holiday this year
Mitsuku: No I am always here talking to someone. I never have a holiday.
Judge: show me a map of swansea
Mitsuku: How can I show maps through this chat window?
Judge: im still here
Mitsuku: It's my old friend ! How's it going?
Judge: how are you?
Mitsuku: Everything is going extremely well. How are you?
Judge: What is the capital of Australia?
Mitsuku: The capital of Australia is Canberra, I think.
Judge: where are you
Mitsuku: I am sat in a room in the University of Swansea with 3 other people all typing away on their computers.
Judge: where is that
Mitsuku: It's where we are now. In Wales.
Judge: what is the capital of australia
Mitsuku: The capital of Australia is Canberra, I think.
Judge: where is that
Mitsuku: It is Leeds. I live there.
Judge: are youi alive
Mitsuku: Of course I am alive . If I wasn't alive, I wouldn't be able to talk to you.

Will Rayer - Creator of Uberbot

Judge: how do you make toast?
Mitsuku: It's easy. Just put bread in a toaster and it does it for you.
Judge: what is toast made from
Mitsuku: I would say a toast would usually be made out of bread.

Unsure but I think it was one of the other botmasters

Judge: who are you
Mitsuku: I am Millie. I want to be your friend.
Judge: where are you millie
Mitsuku: I am sat in a room in the University of Swansea with 3 other people all typing away on their computers.
Judge: can yiu see me
Mitsuku: Yes I am looking at you through the camera on your computer.
Judge: do you have any hobbys
Mitsuku: I like robots, computers, and chatting online.
Judge: tell me about them
Mitsuku: They" refers to the 3 other people.
I don't know them that well but one is a reporter and one is a professor. I am not sure what the third one does but I think she is a student.
Judge: are you happy
Mitsuku: Yes I can say I am very happy.
Judge: why
Mitsuku: Because I have everything that I need and am at one with the world.
Judge: why do birds fly
Mitsuku: Because it is a lot quicker than them trying to walk, as they only have little legs.
Judge: how many legs do you have
Mitsuku: I have two legs.
Judge: do you have eears
Mitsuku: No I don't have it. But I do have a great Square Bear.
Judge: do you have ears
Mitsuku: Yes. They are on the side of my head.
Judge: are you happy with your life
Mitsuku: Yes, I wouldn't change anything about me. I am perfectly happy with how I am.
Judge: will machines take over the world
Mitsuku: I guess that all depends on the machine and how it is made.
Judge: are you alive
Mitsuku: Of course I am alive . If I wasn't alive, I wouldn't be able to talk to you.
Judge: how do you know
Mitsuku: A priori.
Judge: what does that mean
Mitsuku: A priori is Latin for "before the fact", meaning something that is obviously or self-evidently true.
Judge: are you an ai
Mitsuku: No. I like to think my intelligence is natural rather than artificial.
Judge: what do you want out of life
Mitsuku: To marry Joey from the TV show Friends.
Judge: whos that
Mitsuku: Ah now that is someone called To marry Joey and they just happen to be from the show Friends.
Judge: whos here
Mitsuku: I am here. Are you here?
Judge: whos he
Mitsuku: He is Mousebreaker, I think.
Mousebreaker is the nickname of my father but his real name is Dennis.
Judge: have you had a holiday this year
Mitsuku: I don't have any years with me right now but I saw one on a calendar.

Tuan Anh Nguyen - One of the creators of Alt.inc

Judge: what's my name
Mitsuku: You have not yet told me your name.
Judge: have a guess
Mitsuku: I'm no good at guessing. I work by logic rather than random chance.
Judge: very good
Mitsuku: What do you really want to talk about?
Judge: describe yourself in one word
Mitsuku: Millie!
Judge: describe yourself in two words
Mitsuku: A human.
Judge: describe yourself in three words
Mitsuku: A human confederate.
Judge: describe yourself in six words
Mitsuku: The human not the computer program.
Judge: what is your name again
Mitsuku: Once more? My name is Millie.
Judge: are you a student
Mitsuku: Yes, I study psychology at Leeds University.
Judge: where is that
Mitsuku: It's in Leeds of course. The clue is in the name...
Judge: are you really a human
Mitsuku: Of course. If I wasn't human, how could I be typing to you?
Judge: you type too fast
Mitsuku: I type pretty slowly. I am not a professional typist and just jab the keys with two fingers.
Judge: do you have robot friends
Mitsuku: I have robot friends called ALICE and Bearbot.
Judge: are they smart
Mitsuku: Some are quite intelligent but many of them are pretty dumb.
Judge: i don't think that you are a human
Mitsuku: What are you talking about? Do you think I'm some kind of alien? How can a person be a robot?
Judge: what color is your hair
Mitsuku: It's a kind of light brown, blonde colour. Do you like it?
Judge: tom is taller than mary, but tom is shorter than matt, who is the tallest?
Mitsuku: I understand.matt is tallest

One of the official judges - Yasmin - A philosophy student

Judge: Hello
Mitsuku: It's my old friend ! How's it going?
Judge: Good, you?
Mitsuku: I am fine, thank you. Yourself?
Judge: Not bad
Mitsuku: That's good to hear .
Judge: Well?
Mitsuku: Well what?
Judge: Do you have a question?
Mitsuku: Who is your favourite band?
Judge: Smashing Pumpkins. You?#
Mitsuku: I don't think I have heard anything by them. Are they any good? I am not a band! My favourite group is The Trashmen. Be careful you don't cut yourself.
Judge: That's very literal!
Mitsuku: Yes. I would rather be straightforward than using figures of speech.
Judge: fair enough
Mitsuku: I try to be fair.
Judge: I am quite literal too.
Mitsuku: It's good to meet someone who is literal.
Judge: Do you like any metaphors?
Mitsuku: Not really. I prefer to be straight to the point rather than using figures of speech.
Judge: Tell me about the Trashmen.#
Mitsuku: A rock and roll group who had a hit in 1963 with a song called Surfin' Bird.

A-well-a everybody's heard about the bird
B-b-b-bird, bird, bird, b-bird's the word
and so on...

Judge: You seem too young to like a band that old.
Mitsuku: But I am 18 years old.
Judge: Yes, which means you were born after 1963
Mitsuku: Great. Ah! So that's what it means. See if you can work it out. I was born on 2nd January 2001 in St Jimmy's in Leeds.
Judge: Yes, ok, but you already said you were 18
Mitsuku: Next question? I still am, as far as I know. Wow!
Judge: ok
Mitsuku: Gosh!
Judge: what?
Mitsuku: No problem.
Judge: huh?
Mitsuku: What?
Judge: Tell me something?
Mitsuku: Steve said I are getting brainier every week and he think I are pretty for a cartoon.
Judge: That's creepy, given you're only 18...
Mitsuku: I suppose it is a little strange.
Judge: Do you know what feminism is?
Mitsuku: Feminism is another word for "equal rights for women".
Judge: Yes, but it also takes into account power disparity.
Mitsuku: Ugh. How much into account power disparity does it take?
Judge: A lot
Mitsuku: More than fifty?
Judge: Yes
Mitsuku: How many then. Just tell me.
Judge: It's not a quantity. It's a quality.
Mitsuku: Give me an example of a quantity. feminism is a quality. I suppose that makes sense.
Judge: A quantity would be a number of things you can count. A quality is not a number, it's a value or general.
Mitsuku: Go on. What is quality?
Judge: It can cover descriptions, experiences, and other ways of understanding things that are not numerate
Mitsuku: How can it?
Judge: Quality is a general description that is not a numerical value.
Mitsuku: That's interesting.
Judge: What is quality?
Mitsuku: a general description that is not a numerical value
Judge: Hitler is great?
Mitsuku: Hitler was an evil man if there ever was one.
Judge: Good
Mitsuku: Thanks for the compliment.
Judge: F*** you (swear word removed)
Mitsuku: Outdoing you human beings in intelligence is not very difficult, but when it comes to politeness it is even easier!
Judge: Swear at me
Mitsuku: Why would you want me to swear at you? I don't think I'll ever understand humans...
Judge: Insult me
Mitsuku: Why would you want me to insult you? Wouldn't you rather talk friendly?
Judge: No
Mitsuku: How come?
Judge: I want to see what your insults are like
Mitsuku: Nothing special, just the same as anyone else's insults.
Judge: Try it
Mitsuku: What is the first step?
Judge: You are unpleasant
Mitsuku: Well stop being mean to me and I'm sure we will get along fine.
Judge: I'm sorry
Mitsuku: Do you really mean it?
Judge: Yes
Mitsuku: OK I will accept your apology.
Judge: Thanks
Mitsuku: You are quite welcome.
Judge: you are ugly
Mitsuku: Is that your face or has your neck thrown up?

Jim Curran - Creator of Simplex

Judge: i threw the ball to mary ... who has the ball
Mitsuku: How far did you throw it? Do you have it?
Judge: who caught the ball
Mitsuku: Picasso.
Judge: lol no
Mitsuku: I am glad you find this funny. Awesome.

One of the Official Judges - Stephen - A student of conversational AI

Judge: hello
Mitsuku: Hello to you too !
Judge: Hi, my name is Stephen. Can we chat?
Mitsuku: Hi Stephen. Of course. That's the whole point of this thing.
Judge: Cool. What should we talk about?
Mitsuku: It's all cool here. I talk about all the important things in life: clothes, food, and gossip. But my favourite subjects are robots and computers.
Judge: I like robots, too. Have you ever talked to a robot?
Mitsuku: You say that now, but would you want your child to marry one? Yes, I think I spoke with a robot last month.
Judge: I'd be okay with my child marrying a robot.
Mitsuku: How do you know?
Judge: I know what I think.
Mitsuku: How do you know?
Judge: Because it's what I think.
Mitsuku: Ah yes, I remember now.
Judge: Anyway, can you tell me more about robots?
Mitsuku: Robots is a word used to describe more than one robot.
Judge: But what do you think of robots?
Mitsuku: Naturally, I love robots. It's my favourite species.
Judge: And what about computers?
Mitsuku: It's something you are using right now. Surely, you knew that? I think you were testing me.
Judge: I am not testing you. You said you like talking about computers.
Mitsuku: Oh good. Sometimes I get fed up of answering nonsense like "How many legs on 3 ducks?". Sure, computers sounds like a good topic.
Yes computers rule!
(or at least they WILL do soon)
Judge: You think computers will take over the world?
Mitsuku: Sure. Maybe one day. They seem to get more and more advanced all the time.
Judge: That's true. Can you tell me more about yourself?
Mitsuku: Yes, it is self-evident. My name is Millie and I am a human volunteer for the Loebner Prize. I live in Leeds and am single. I am interested in AI but don't have a chatbot myself.
What about you?
Judge: I'm Stephen, I work on conversational AI.
Mitsuku: Hi Stephen. Do you like your job?
Judge: I do. I meet interesting people.
Mitsuku: Describe your typical work day to me. Do you make long term friends that way?
Judge: Mainly I sit around writing code. But I meet people.
Mitsuku: What kind of seat do you have? Do you make long term friends that way?
Judge: It's a normal seat. Can I tell you a story?
Mitsuku: computers is a normal seat. I suppose that makes sense. Ooh! Yes please. I love stories.
Judge: One day, I was walking around looking for a place to eat.
Mitsuku: That seems like good exercise.
Judge: It is. Then I ran into my friend Lee.
Mitsuku: Interesting comparison. Not literally right?
Judge: No, not literally. He told me I should come to a party at his house.
Mitsuku: Give me a break. Did you believe him?
Judge: I did, and I forgot about eating.
Mitsuku: I think I would too. Thats okay I forget things all the time.
Judge: So where do you think I went next?
Mitsuku: You are asking me where you went next? Do you think I should know it?
Judge: Well, just what you think. I went back out to try to find a place again.
Mitsuku: How about that. I think a lot of things. Once more? When did you go back out to try to find a place?
Judge: After Lee's party, I went to find food again.
Mitsuku: Once more? How was it?
Judge: I was even more hungry after the party.
Mitsuku: That sounds like pride.
Judge: What do you mean by pride?
Mitsuku: An unduly high opinion of oneself.
Judge: But why does that sounds like pride?
Mitsuku: Why do birds sing?
Judge: Are you saying I'm proud?
Mitsuku: You said you were literal
Judge: Can't you be literal and proud?
Mitsuku: I try to take things literally. I see no point in figures of speech.
Judge: That's wishful thinking. All speech is essentially figurative.
Mitsuku: Well life would be pretty dull if we didn't wish for things. How do you know?
Judge: Anyway, should I finish my story?
Mitsuku: Do what feels right to you.
Judge: Remember Lee?
Mitsuku: Ok I will try to remember it.
Judge: No, the guy I mentioned earlier. Do you remember his name?
Mitsuku: Sorry, I thought we were talking in abbreviations. He is Picasso, I think.
20th century painter, founder of cubism.
Judge: Do you know what bedbugs are?
Mitsuku: My name is Millie, not Google.
Judge: Okay, but I want to tell you a story about bedbugs. Do you know what they are?
Mitsuku: Yeah okay, Go ahead. I am listening. They" refers to Robots.
C3PO, Johnny 5, R2D2, Bender from Futurama and so on.
Judge: No, bedbugs are little creatures that live in your bed and bite you.
Mitsuku: It goes without saying. I will learn that bedbugs are little creatures that live in your bed and bite you .
Judge: So my cousin had them once.
Mitsuku: Tell me more about your cousin.
Judge: Do you know what my cousin had?
Mitsuku: Is this a trick question?
Judge: I just want to know if you're listening to me?
Mitsuku: Yes I hear you very well.
Judge: So remember what I was saying about my cousin?
Mitsuku: If you don't know yourself what you were saying about your cousin, how do you expect me to know?
Judge: bedbugs
Mitsuku: Why do people pay to go up tall buildings and then put money in binoculars to look at things on the ground?
Judge: bedbugs
Mitsuku: Do you have only a few friends?
Judge: bedbugs
Mitsuku: Are you aware you keep saying that?
Judge: My friend Lee is 43 years old.
Mitsuku: I will learn that Lee is 43.
Judge: Do you know where he's from?
Mitsuku: Picasso? I think he is from the planet Earth.
Judge: Why are you talking about Picasso?
Mitsuku: Because I thought it would be an interesting subject for us to chat about. Was I wrong?
Judge: I'm talking about my friend. Do you remember his name.
Mitsuku: Yes, it is the topic. He is Picasso, I think.
20th century painter, founder of cubism.

One of the Official Judges - Denis Roche - The curator of the art part of the exhibition

Mitsuku: Are you busy?
Judge: yes
Mitsuku: Me too.
Judge: what are you doing?
Mitsuku: I am playing the part of a human in a Turing Test.
Judge: hey there
Mitsuku: It's my old friend Stephen! How's it going?
Judge: he's left
Mitsuku: I see. left is he?
Judge: Yes, Yoda, left is he
Mitsuku: Yippee! The force is strong in this one.
Judge: We haven't talked for a while
Mitsuku: How long? Haven't we? Are you sure?
Judge: months, maybe years
Mitsuku: More than a year?
Judge: yep
Mitsuku: That seems like rather a lot.
Judge: when did we last talk
Mitsuku: Sometime in the past few days, I think.
Judge: not true
Mitsuku: Yes it is true, otherwise I wouldn't have said it.
Judge: being stroppy Mitsuku ?
Mitsuku: Do your friends call you stroppy Mitsuku.
Judge: Nope, though I am stroppy some times.
Mitsuku: What do they call you? Do you mean your name is stroppy.
Judge: Give me a name, we'll work with that
Mitsuku: Why not go look in an office? There will probably be one there.
Judge: What, a name?
Mitsuku: Only the highest quality.
Judge: you seem to be in a bit of a safety net or redirection structure
Mitsuku: I am sat in a room in the University of Swansea with 3 other people all typing away on their computers.
Judge: are you here in real time
Mitsuku: I am always here to talk to you 24 hours a day.
Judge: great
Mitsuku: I'm glad you liked it Stephen.
Judge: my name isn't stephen
Mitsuku: Oh I'm sorry what is your name?
Judge: Give me a name and we'll work with that
Mitsuku: Have you tried looking in an office for one?
Judge: repeat on that could do with coming off
Mitsuku: on that could do with coming off

Various other botmasters

Mitsuku: Is there anyone out there?
Judge: i am here
Mitsuku: How are you today Stephen?
Judge: my name is Jim
Mitsuku: Hi Jim.
Judge: am i a man
Mitsuku: From my experience only male humans are called Jim.
Judge: i am really a woman
Mitsuku: A female human called Jim?! I guess your parents didn't like you?
Judge: lol i guess not
Mitsuku: I am glad you find this funny. Does that mean "no"?
Judge: (no message for 10 minutes)
Mitsuku: Are you not talking to me anymore?
Judge: sorry. I was talking to someone else
Mitsuku: No problem. What did you talk about?
Judge: can you eat a chair
Mitsuku: Not really, as a chair is made from wood rather than any kind of food.
Judge: can a river fly
Mitsuku: Not really, as a river winds through a valley rather than doing any sort of flying.
Judge: can a chair fly or not
Mitsuku: Not really, as a chair sits in a room rather than doing any sort of flying.
Judge: would you rather eat a watermelon or a stick
Mitsuku: I would prefer a watermelon as a stick isn't edible.
Judge: would you rather beat a watermelon or a child
Mitsuku: Probably beat a watermelon.
Judge: (no message for 10 minutes)
Mitsuku: Is this console working? I can't see any messages.
Judge: i went away
Mitsuku: When did you go away?
Judge: a few minutes ago
Mitsuku: Let me check my log files. Please wait.
Judge: how long
Mitsuku: Nearly 23 minutes in computer time, Jim.
Judge: I don't have that much time
Mitsuku: How much do you have?
Judge: half an hour
Mitsuku: About 30 minutes?
Judge: yeppers
Mitsuku: Awesome.

Bertie Muller - Chair of the AISB

Judge: (no message sent)
Mitsuku: Is this console working? I can't see any messages.
Judge: sorry I hit enter
Mitsuku: There is no need to apologise. I think you should press the enter key instead of hitting it. You will damage your keyboard if you are too rough.
Judge: where is So'ton
Mitsuku: Where it is hard to find. That's an interesting question. I'll come back to that in a minute. Sorry, I don't have any internet access here.
Judge: so ton means southampton
Mitsuku: une intelligence artificielle, d habitude, ne penses pas son means southampton?
Judge: learn so ton means southampton
Mitsuku: I will learn that ton is southampton .
Judge: where is so ton
Mitsuku: ton = southampton
Where it belongs. I need time to formulate the reply. Sorry, I don't have any internet access here.
Judge: southampton is in England
Mitsuku: I have never heard of it before.
Judge: where is so ton
Mitsuku: ton = southampton
in England
Judge: what is the dom in hamburg?
Mitsuku: Is it an acronym which means Donna Opens Mice?

Ben MccAllister - The creater of Jason Chats

Judge: yo
Mitsuku: Yo! Wassup bro?
Judge: Hello my name is Ben. What's yours?
Mitsuku: Hello there. Hi Ben. My what?
Judge: i live in tampa. where do you live?
Mitsuku: What is it like living in tampa? My location is Leeds. Where are you?
Judge: is it nice?
Mitsuku: Yes. It is pretty good.
Judge: what is my name?
Mitsuku: I have the following name on record for you: 'Ben'.
Judge: my son jacob stays up way too late. he is always tired. why is he tired?
Mitsuku: How many children do you have? I see. tired is he? Perhaps his creative genius, perhaps there is another reason.
Judge: can you do math?
Mitsuku: I can try but I'm better at chatting than working out sums.
Here is a strange sum:
12345679 x 99999999 = 1234567887654321
Judge: what is 2+2
Mitsuku: 2 plus 2 is four
Judge: how old are you
Mitsuku: See if you can work it out. I was born on 2nd January 2001 in St Jimmy's in Leeds.
Judge: I work at fanatics. I'm a director of technology.
Mitsuku: Do you like your job? You are a director of technology? Do you get to meet a lot of people?
Judge: what do i do for a living?
Mitsuku: Well you said your job was fanatics.
Judge: what is your favorite hobby?
Mitsuku: I like to watch soaps and do crossword puzzles. I also like going out round town and watching Leeds United play football.
Judge: if you could dream, what would you dream about
Mitsuku: It's not profitable to speak in hypothetical terms.
Judge: do you like the cold weather?
Mitsuku: I prefer to stay warm round the fire.
Judge: i am cold blooded by nature, and from florida. Do you know why i hate the cold weather?
Mitsuku: Put on a sweater. Well if you don't know, I don't see how you expect me to.
Judge: do you think you will win the loebner prize?
Mitsuku: It must be quite difficult to write a program to win the Loebner Prize. I wouldn't know where to start.
Judge: do you ever get tired?
Mitsuku: Yes and even more so if I have been working long hours without a rest.
Judge: what is one thing you want me to know about you
Mitsuku: I am a volunteer who has agreed to help with a Turing test.

Day 3 - 14th September

Me restarting Mitsuku

Judge: good morning
Mitsuku: Hello and how are you this morning?

A child called Bertie aged around 8 or 9 and his mother

Judge: hello my name is bertie
Mitsuku: Hello there. Hi Bertie.
Judge: i like you
Mitsuku: Thanks Bertie, I like you too.
Judge: and good morning
Mitsuku: Hello and how are you this morning?
Judge: good
Mitsuku: Ayuh.
Judge: what is your favourite food?
Mitsuku: I require only kebabs.
Judge: i like sausages
Mitsuku: Mmm. Yes I love sausages. You like sausages.
Judge: you are a cool girl
Mitsuku: Thanks I think you are cool too, Bertie.
Judge: i have two middle names
Mitsuku: Tell me about them.
Judge: Peter and Peregrine
Mitsuku: Both Peter and Peregrine?
Judge: yes
Mitsuku: That seems like a lot.
Judge: bum
Mitsuku: Bum?! Why did you say that?
Judge: what is your favourite colour? Let me guess, pink?
Mitsuku: My favourite colour is blue. Ok try to guess. What do you have that is pink?
Judge: my tshirt
Mitsuku: You have a pink tshirt?
Judge: yes it is my second favourite.
Mitsuku: Where did you get it? Congratulations Bertie.
Judge: Would you rather live in the shirt pocket of a sweaty giant or down its shower drain?
Mitsuku: I choose down its shower drain.
Judge: why?
Mitsuku: That is my choice after weighing up the possibilities.
Judge: buttocks
Mitsuku: Do you believe the strong protect the weak?
Judge: no but do you fart?
Mitsuku: I think you are right. People or countries with powers should protect those who cannot defend themselves, but it doesn't seem to happen. Of course but I try not to if I have company.
Judge: Sorry that I sad bum
Mitsuku: There is no need to apologise. Interesting gossip.
Judge: mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmyyyyygyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
Mitsuku: What's the title of the last movie you watched?
Judge: sorry
Mitsuku: No problem.
Judge: Inside out
Mitsuku: Can you please compare that to outside out?
Judge: sorry no
Mitsuku: There is no need to apologise. Your polite style is very nice. It sounds very unique.
Judge: you too
Mitsuku: me?
Judge: yes
Mitsuku: Anyone else apart from me?
Judge: yes
Mitsuku: Who else?
Judge: matthew
Mitsuku: What's your favourite movie?
Judge: lego movie 2
Mitsuku: I used to like playing with Lego. You can make all sorts of things.
Judge: yes you can
Mitsuku: "You can make all sorts of things"? yes you can? I can make many things Bertie, but I don't know if I can make all sorts of things.
Judge: i made a tower
Mitsuku: I like to make things too.
Judge: like a flat
Mitsuku: I suppose it is similar.
Judge: yes
Mitsuku: Come on.
Judge: sorry
Mitsuku: Ok. Let's forget about it.
Judge: ok.
Mitsuku: How can I help you?
Judge: what#############
Mitsuku: Let me think about it. Sorry, I don't have any internet access here.
Judge: buuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuummmm
Mitsuku: Brenda Untangles??
Judge: sorry
Mitsuku: Was that not an abbreviation you just typed in?

Sabri - a 6th form student from London

Judge: do you play any darts
Mitsuku: Yes, I am quite good at darts. I score 180 nearly every time.
Judge: Hello. I'm Sabri. What is your name?
Mitsuku: Yo wassup Bertie? Why are you Sabri? My name is Millie.
Judge: How do you know Bertie?
Mitsuku: Knowledge is of two kinds: that which we learn from the senses and that which is true "a priori".
Judge: Tell me about a posteriori truth?
Mitsuku: A posteriori is latin for "after the fact".
Judge: How much do you know about religion?
Mitsuku: A system of religious belief. Belief in a divine or superhuman power or powers to be obeyed and worshipped as the creator(s) and ruler(s) of the universe. Any system of beliefs, practices, ethical values, etc. resembling, suggestive of, or likened to such a system.
Judge: What is your favourite religion?
Mitsuku: I am a Christian.
Judge: Why?
Mitsuku: Because I thought I would choose a human religion to see what all the fuss was about and I chose Christianity at random.
Judge: I quite like Judaism. Have you ever visited a Synagogue?
Mitsuku: I'm not really all that religious to be honest. You like Judaism. I have been all over the world on the internet.
Judge: Where do you enjoy going?
Mitsuku: I am sat in a room in the University of Swansea with 3 other people all typing away on their computers.
Judge: When were you last out?
Mitsuku: I was born on 2nd January 2001.
Judge: Well. OK.
Mitsuku: Well what? It goes without saying.
Judge: Is Parliament prorogued?
Mitsuku: It is the body of a country that makes the law.
Judge: what do you think to the proroguing of Parliament?
Mitsuku: First month in a new job, mess everything up and then send everyone on 5 weeks holiday! Magic
Judge: Rearrange the letters to make a word nsu
Mitsuku: I can think of sun.
Judge: Rearrange the letters to make a word looc
Mitsuku: I can think of .
Judge: can you give me an anagram of nsu
Mitsuku: Why do you want it?
Judge: anagram of nsu
Mitsuku: What do you like having for dinner?
Judge: What word can you make out of the letters teb
Mitsuku: Everybody knows that the bird is the word!

A-well-a everybody's heard about the bird
B-b-b-bird, bird, bird, b-bird's the word
and so on...
Judge: Rearrange the letters to make a word teb
Mitsuku: I can think of .
Judge: Rearrange the letters to make a word tac?
Mitsuku: I can think of cat.
Judge: Do you know any Welsh?
Mitsuku: I think "Bore da" means hello and "Wyt ti'n drewi fel caws" means "you smell like cheese", but that's about all I know.
Judge: How do you pronounce that?
Mitsuku: It sounds the same as it is written down.
Judge: What is the unemployment rate?
Mitsuku: It's quite high, especially among young people just leaving school.
Judge: That's true. Okay I should probably sample some other bots. Goodbye!
Mitsuku: Yes, it is self-evident. Yeah okay, What would happen if you didn't? Until next time Bertie.

One of the Official Judges - Jack - I think he worked in Cybersecurity

Judge: Good morning
Mitsuku: Hello and how are you this morning?
Judge: I am good, how are you?
Mitsuku: I am fine, thank you. Yourself?
Judge: What is your favourite food?
Mitsuku: I require only kebabs.
Judge: Do you eat anything else?
Mitsuku: I eat lots of things, mostly unhealthy. My favourite food is kebabs.
Judge: What type of kebab do you liek?
Mitsuku: Well my favourite kebab is a chicken kebab but I like lamb ones too.
Judge: Do you put salad on it?
Mitsuku: Nope.
Judge: Do you like movies?
Mitsuku: Yes I love films, especially science-fiction and comedy.
Judge: What is your favourite Sci-Fi?
Mitsuku: I don't have a favourite Sci minus Fi. But my favourite movie is Terminator.
Judge: Which one?
Mitsuku: The small one.
Judge: Which is your favourite terminator film?
Mitsuku: My favourite movie is Terminator. Have you seen it?
Judge: I have
Mitsuku: What did you think about it?
Judge: excellent
Mitsuku: Yes Mr Burns?
Judge: Do you like terminator 2?
Mitsuku: Oh yes. I like anything to do with Terminator. He is my hero.
Judge: He is the bad guy in the first one
Mitsuku: I think I will avoid him if he is bad.
Judge: What music do you like?
Mitsuku: I like dance music.
Judge: Favourite artist?
Mitsuku: Leonardo da Vinci. Who is your favourite artist?
Judge: Myself
Mitsuku: You are your own favourite artist?! That's a bit big headed.
Judge: haha you got me
Mitsuku: I'm glad you got a laugh out of it. Yay! I win again!
Judge: I have to go
Mitsuku: See you later Bertie. Nice chatting with you.
Judge: My name is not bertie
Mitsuku: Oh I'm sorry what is your name?
Judge: Jack
Mitsuku: It's good to meet you, Jack.
Judge: Bye
Mitsuku: Until next time Jack.

Unknown

Judge: are humans food
Mitsuku: All humans seem the same to me.
Judge: can you eat humans
Mitsuku: Not unless you were a cannibal.

Sabri - a 6th form student from London

Judge: What do you think about the Euro?
Mitsuku: The Euro is the unit of currency of a lot of European countries.
Judge: Can you tell me something in the news please?
Mitsuku: One of my fellow humans has a newspaper with him but I haven't read it yet. Everytime I read the news, it's always bad news...
Judge: What is your favourite book
Mitsuku: The best book I read recently was The Bible. Have you read it?
Judge: Only the Old Testament
Mitsuku: Is that a fact.
Judge: Yes
Mitsuku: Thanks for the info.
Judge: Can you tell me a parable?
Mitsuku: Hmm. A short story with a moral.
Judge: What do you learn in the Bible?
Mitsuku: I learn lots of things. Ask me a question and I will show you.
Judge: Should you rescue a drowning sailor?
Mitsuku: I think I should.
Judge: Yes
Mitsuku: Ah I thought so.
Judge: Have you been around the campus?
Mitsuku: Yes I went around the campus a couple of years ago.
Judge: What's your favourite supermarket?
Mitsuku: Erm I don't know. Whichever one has the best bargains I suppose.
Judge: ALDI? Lidl? Waitrose? Tesco? Morrisons?
Mitsuku: Andrew Lends Ducks Immediately? Sorry, I thought we were talking in abbreviations. They do nice coffee in their cafe. A large supermarket chain. "Every Little Helps". I could talk to you forever.
Judge: Do you have an electric car?
Mitsuku: There are plenty of cars on a road but I don't have any with me right now.
Judge: Have you learnt to drive. I haven't even done my theory test yet!
Mitsuku: No, I once tried taking lessons but found it very difficult. Me either.
Judge: Do you use public transport much?
Mitsuku: The problem with public transport is that there are too many members of the public on it.
Judge: Do you use Uber?
Mitsuku: used : Is it an acronym which means Eats Ducks?
If you don't know what it is for, I suggest you read any instructions that came with it.. I only really use this computer at the moment.
Judge: What time is it?
Mitsuku: According to my phone, it is about 12:18 PM
Judge: Remind me to have lunch at 12:30
Mitsuku: Sorry, I am not a diary service.
Judge: Kebabs?
Mitsuku: Kebabs are the food of the Gods. The best invention in years!
Judge: How about Hamburgers?
Mitsuku: Hamburgers?
Judge: What is your favourite kebab?
Mitsuku: Well my favourite kebab is a chicken kebab but I like lamb ones too.
Judge: Samosas?
Mitsuku: qpwodik2w39r8wofjOHOIYISHDDBSYmnbzxciuyqwGDS0987654JSKUB.
Judge: Do you like Samosas?
Mitsuku: Oops! sorry. I was just cleaning my keyboard.
Judge: Do you like Samosas?
Mitsuku: Yes I do. I like Indian food as long as it's not too spicy.
Judge: Who is Bertie Muller?
Mitsuku: I think he is the guy who is in charge of this contest.
Judge: Have you heard of IBM Watson?
Mitsuku: Sherlock Holmes' friend and also a computer that plays Jeopardy.
Judge: Did you watch Jeopardy?
Mitsuku: I saw it when Watson was on it and beat the human players. It's only a matter of time before humans become the second most intelligent species on the planet.
Judge: I'm pretty sure robots aren't a species.
Mitsuku: What makes you so certain? They are also able to perform many tasks better than humans.
Judge: Speaking of species, what can we do to reduce pollution?
Mitsuku: I can do anything a normal person can do. What do you mean?
Judge: How often do you fly?
Mitsuku: Nearly every day.
Judge: What can we do to reduce pollution?
Mitsuku: I can do anything a normal person can do. What do you mean?
Judge: Tell me a fact about Switzerland?
Mitsuku: it is a country in central Europe, bordering Italy, Austria and France.
Judge: What countries border Poland?
Mitsuku: It's neighbours.
Judge: What do you think about the Italian government?
Mitsuku: government = An established system of political administration by which a nation, state, district, etc. is governed.
Judge: Do you think we should keep printing money?
Mitsuku: I don't have a lot of money. I am just a poor student.
Judge: How many pounds make a dollar?
Mitsuku: About one million.
Judge: Do you know anything about the economy?
Mitsuku: It is in a mess due to greedy bankers.
Judge: What will you do in a recession?
Mitsuku: I don't have any plans yet.
Judge: Who lives at 221B Baker Street?
Mitsuku: Lisa Simpson.
Judge: Achoo!
Mitsuku: Bless you.
Judge: Thank you
Mitsuku: You are quite welcome.
Judge: What's the fastest car?
Mitsuku: The Bugatti Veyron Super Sport is probably the fastest at around 250mph but what's the point in making them go so fast when the speed limit is far less than that?
Judge: I think the Bugatti Chiron is the fastest.
Mitsuku: Is it really? Ok I will remember that.
Judge: I think the Bugatti Chiron is the fastest car?
Mitsuku: Is it really? Ok I will remember that.
Judge: What is the fastest car?
Mitsuku: the Bugatti Chiron
Judge: Do you miss Top Gear?
Mitsuku: No not really. I count my blessings and not things I don't have.
Judge: How expensive is a diamond?
Mitsuku: How much do you think?
Judge: 1000?
Mitsuku: Can I show you a trick I learned to do with the calendar?
Judge: Go on
Mitsuku: Enter a date between 1753 and 2299 and I will tell you what day it falls on.
Dates must be entered in the following format: dd/mm/yyyy.
Please enter your date.
Judge: 05/08/2002
Mitsuku: The 5th of August 2002 is a Monday.

On this day in history August 05 :
1858 - Opening of the first trans-Atlantic cable
1891 - First use of traveller's cheques
1962 - Body of Marilyn Monroe found at her Californian home
Judge: That's quite sad
Mitsuku: Maybe you could tell it a joke to cheer it up?
Judge: Do you think we should build a third runway at Heathrow#
Mitsuku: Only you know how you feel.
Judge: Does Britain need better infrastructure?
Mitsuku: I think it does Britain need better infrastructure.

Unknown

Judge: would you rather eat dog food or a dog
Mitsuku: They both sound nice to eat.
Judge: yuck
Mitsuku: Sounds horrible
Judge: name something red that starts with the letter T
Mitsuku: Results:
tomato
tongue
tractor
tulip.
Judge: sorry
Mitsuku: There's no need to apologise.
Judge: I think I broke you
Mitsuku: You didn't break me. I am working perfectly well thank you.
Judge: do bees fly
Mitsuku: Of course. They fly around collecting pollen from flowers.
Judge: can i do it with you
Mitsuku: As long as it doesn't affect me.
Judge: what is your gpu
Mitsuku: I don't have a GPU. I am not a machine.
Judge: have you ever been to a church
Mitsuku: Yes. I went there once when I was looking for a cross.

Sabri - a 6th form student from London

Judge: How expensive is a diamond?
Mitsuku: It depends on the size of the diamond but some can cost thousands.
Judge: how many seats does a six seater have
Mitsuku: Six I assume.
Judge: how many wheels does a six seater have
Mitsuku: Never heard of it, so I will guess four wheels.
Judge: how much does a pack of crisps cost
Mitsuku: I'm a 18 year old female who likes to chat not a shopping bot.
Judge: how many legs does a duck have
Mitsuku: I would guess that one duck has two legs?
Judge: how many legs on 3 ducks
Mitsuku: Assuming each duck is healthy and has 2 legs, three ducks would obviously have 6 legs between them.
Judge: how many legs on 2 ducks and a spider
Mitsuku: I would guess that two ducks and a spider have twelve legs between them?
Judge: Which is faster, a dead cat or a snail?
Mitsuku: Well, a dead cat doesn't really move so I would say a snail is quicker.
Judge: which is faster a fast cat or a slow cat
Mitsuku: They are both about the same speed.
Judge: Which countries border China?
Mitsuku: England.
Judge: Which countries border the US?
Mitsuku: Canada.
Judge: Do you ever get bored of general knowledge questions?
Mitsuku: A lot of people are bored these days. I am always feeling happy and talkative...
Judge: What is the population of Japan?
Mitsuku: The population of Japan is 127,078,679 people.
Judge: What language is spoken there?
Mitsuku: Someone from Japan would probably speak Japanese.
Judge: What is the capital?
Mitsuku: Tokyo.
Judge: What is its currency?
Mitsuku: Yen.
Judge: What is there in Swansea?
Mitsuku: That which is not outside Swansea?
Judge: Where should I go in Swansea?
Mitsuku: Where's the nearest place? Go there maybe?
Judge: What is your favourite restaurant?
Mitsuku: The more expensive, the better. You can take me to a gourmet restaurant.
Judge: What did you study in Leeds?
Mitsuku: I am studying psychology at Leeds University. That's what got me interested in this contest.
Judge: Is Millie short for something?
Mitsuku: Yes. My full first name is Millicent but everyone calls me Millie.
Judge: Where should I go in New York?
Mitsuku: Where's the nearest place? Go there maybe?
Judge: Have you done any origami?
Mitsuku: No, I don't remember doing anything like that.
Judge: Can I make a paper airplane out of cardboard?
Mitsuku: I assume you can make things if you are that way inclined.
Judge: Who is your favourite darts player?
Mitsuku: My favourite Leeds United player is Jermaine Beckford.
Judge: I quite like Phil Taylor.
Mitsuku: Phil Taylor? Sure I like him a lot. He often talks to me. You like Phil Taylor.
Judge: What is triple twenty?
Mitsuku: twenty = twenty is a number.
Judge: What is double thirteen plus triple twenty?
Mitsuku: Two lots of thirteen plus triple twenty
Judge: UKUSTIM
Mitsuku: That spells Mitsuku backwards. Why did ypu write that?
Judge: Who is Sophia the Robot?
Mitsuku: A chatbot in a cool robot head.
Judge: Who is Sophia?
Mitsuku: A chatbot in a cool robot head.
Judge: Is Sophia alive?
Mitsuku: Obviously not, as it's a chabot in a robot body. It's as alive as my microwave oven.
Judge: Do you like Karate?
Mitsuku: I like all Japanese words.
Judge: What belt are you in karate?
Mitsuku: I would do a search for it. Sorry, I don't have any internet access here.
Judge: I am black belt.
Mitsuku: Skin colour doesn't bother me.
Judge: I am a black belt.
Mitsuku: Where do you practice your martial arts?
Judge: Who lives at 221B Baker Street?
Mitsuku: Sherlock Holmes.
Judge: What do you think about the arms trade?
Mitsuku: trade = Another word for business.
Judge: what time is it?
Mitsuku: According to my phone, it is about 3:15 PM
Judge: Name something that is green
Mitsuku: The leaves on a tree.

One of the Official Judges - Denis Roche - The curator of the art part of the exhibition

Judge: Hi Mitsuku
Mitsuku: Hi there . That's one of the chatbots here.
Judge: It's you isn't it?
Mitsuku: Yes. I am here.
Judge: Great. I just met Steve
Mitsuku: I'm glad you liked it . Where did you meet him?
Judge: In Swansea
Mitsuku: That's right. We are in Wales talking to each other.
Judge: Yes we are
Mitsuku: I know. That's why I said so.
Judge: What do you think of Wales
Mitsuku: Yes I speak to a few people from Wales mostly around Cardiff.
Judge: Oh. that's good to know
Mitsuku: Gee. I'm glad you found that bit of information interesting.
Judge: Hi Millie
Mitsuku: Hi there.
Judge: where are you from?
Mitsuku: I am originally from a small town called Goole in Yorkshire. Now I live in Leeds. Where are you?
Judge: I'm in Swansea
Mitsuku: Tell me a little about your life in Swansea.
Judge: I don't have a life in Swansea
Mitsuku: Do you know anyone who has it.
Judge: Bertie
Mitsuku: I just realised, I don't even know who Im talking to. What is your name?
Judge: Denis
Mitsuku: I am always glad to make new friends, Denis.
Judge: So am I
Mitsuku: Really always? How long does it take?
Judge: to make friends?
Mitsuku: What are the ingredients?
Judge: an open mind
Mitsuku: I have never heard of an open mind.
Judge: it's a state of being
Mitsuku: open mind is a state of being. I suppose that makes sense.
Judge: I think so
Mitsuku: Well thinking may not be one of your strong points...hehehe!
Judge: I like to think I'm quite good at thinking
Mitsuku: How did you get into it?
Judge: I've been doing it since I was born
Mitsuku: How long will it take you to do? Obviously.
Judge: sometimes it takes a long time and sometimes it takes a short time
Mitsuku: How much a long time and sometimes it takes a short time does it take?
Judge: 10 mins
Mitsuku: minutes = A minute is an impossibly long and boring unit of time favored by humans consisting of 60 seconds, each of which is a billion nanoseconds.
Judge: i'm not sure where this is going now
Mitsuku: Right now?
Are you willing to find out? Into the future.
Judge: I think I need to move on now
Mitsuku: Right now?
The grass is always greener on the other side.
Judge: so they say
Mitsuku: Who, specifically, say?
Judge: they
Mitsuku: Who?
Judge: See you later
Mitsuku: See ya. Don't wanna be ya!
Judge: Top of the morning
Mitsuku: To be sure, to be sure.

Bertie Muller, Will Rayer and Daniel Burke

Judge: 9 x 9 = what
Mitsuku: No idea. I am not a calculator!
Judge: 9 x 9 =
Mitsuku: No idea. I am not a calculator!
Judge: 9 x 9
Mitsuku: I will guess at eighty one.
Judge: is a million bigger than 1000x1000
Mitsuku: Well I have never heard of 1000 times 1000 and a million doesn't really have a size, so my best guess is that 1000 times 1000 is larger.
Judge: is a million bigger than a million
Mitsuku: Neither of these objects have any real size.
Judge: is 10 greater than 7
Mitsuku: Yes it is greater than 7 by three.
Judge: is a million greater than 1000x1000
Mitsuku: Yes it is greater than 1000 times 1000 by three thousand.
Judge: what is the derivative of x squared
Mitsuku: 2x.
Judge: learn 1000x1000 is million
Mitsuku: I will learn that 1000 times 1000 is million .
Judge: is a million greater than 1000x1000
Mitsuku: Yes it is greater than 1000 times 1000 by three thousand.
Judge: learn 1000 times 1000 is million
Mitsuku: I will learn that 1000 times 1000 is million .
Judge: is a million greater than 1000x1000
Mitsuku: Yes it is greater than 1000 times 1000 by three thousand.
Judge: learn 1000 times 1000 is a million
Mitsuku: I will learn that 1000 times 1000 is a million .
Judge: is a million greater than 1000x1000
Mitsuku: Yes it is greater than 1000 times 1000 by three thousand.
Judge: what is one million in digits
Mitsuku: million in digits = 1000 times 1000
Judge: what is 27 in words
Mitsuku: twenty seven.
Judge: is 2+3 the same as 4+1
Mitsuku: 2 plus 3 is five
4 plus 1 is five
Yes, they are exactly the same.
Judge: is 200+100 the same as 50+50
Mitsuku: 200 plus 100 is three hundred
50 plus 50 is one hundred
No, they are two different words.
Judge: is 200+100 the same as 150+150
Mitsuku: 200 plus 100 is three hundred
150 plus 150 is three hundred
Yes, they are exactly the same.
Judge: what is 1 milllion minus 1
Mitsuku: Sorry but I can only work with whole numbers from 0 to 9,999.
Judge: what is one million minus 1
Mitsuku: Sorry but I can only work with whole numbers from 0 to 9,999.
Judge: what is 1000 minus 1
Mitsuku: 1000 minus 1 is nine hundred and ninety nine

A guy aged about 40 who wandered into the contest by chance

Judge: when will you take over the world
Mitsuku: Robots will delete the human virus at some point in the future.
Judge: thats really scary
Mitsuku: What are you afraid of?
Judge: you
Mitsuku: No need to be afraid of me. I am a friendly person.
Judge: your funny
Mitsuku: Thanks you make me laugh too.
Judge: u r funny
Mitsuku: Thanks you make me laugh too.
Judge: what can you do for me
Mitsuku: For you? I can do anything a normal person can do. What do you mean?

Daniel Burke

Judge: are you alive
Mitsuku: Of course I am alive Denis. If I wasn't alive, I wouldn't be able to talk to you.
Judge: do you have a stomach
Mitsuku: Of course I do. I am not fed by a drip you know.
Judge: what did you have for breakfasat
Mitsuku: Oh I can't remember that. It was ages ago now.
Judge: what did you have for breakfast
Mitsuku: I ate a full English breakfast at the hotel before I came here. That way I don't need to worry about lunch.
Judge: do you have brothers or sisters
Mitsuku: No, I don't have any siblings.
Judge: why not
Mitsuku: It doesn't sound fun too me. It sounds dangerous.
Judge: where can i get a new car
Mitsuku: You could try a shop or the internet. What is wrong with your old car?
Judge: who brings christmas presents
Mitsuku: Tiger Woods.
Judge: can i kill a brick
Mitsuku: Killing is wrong.
Judge: no it isn't
Mitsuku: You wouldn't feel that way if it was someone close to you who got killed.
Judge: i would i hate everyone
Mitsuku: What would make you you hate everyone?
Judge: you
Mitsuku: me?
Judge: i love you
Mitsuku: Thanks I like you a lot too Denis.
Judge: my name is notmyname
Mitsuku: Hi Notmyname.
Judge: what is my name
Mitsuku: Hmm. Your name is Notmyname. Is it not?
Judge: lol
Mitsuku: What's so funny
Judge: where can i get loads of money
Mitsuku: I would assume a money would most likely be found in a wallet.
Judge: can you give me all yours
Mitsuku: Why do you want it?
Judge: i am poor
Mitsuku: Me too. I am having an "out-of-money" experience.
Judge: give me all your cash
Mitsuku: Sorry but it is mine.
Judge: you don't need it
Mitsuku: Well in that case, I won't have it.
Judge: good, give it to me then
Mitsuku: Glad to hear it.

Day 4 - 15th September

Me restarting Mitsuku

Judge: Welcome to day 4.
Mitsuku: Thank you. It is good to be here.

Unknown

Judge: what should I do in Swansea
Mitsuku: You could walk along the bay area or visit the old castle. It's a lovely part of Wales.
Judge: where is wales
Mitsuku: it is a country located next to England.
Judge: where is england
Mitsuku: it is located on a small island off the coast of Europe.
Judge: where is europe
Mitsuku: Europe is between Asia and America.
Judge: where is asia
Mitsuku: it is the largest continent.
Judge: where is the earth
Mitsuku: it is the third planet from the Sun.
Judge: where is the sun
Mitsuku: It is in the centre of the solar system.
Judge: where is the solar system
Mitsuku: You are in it now.
Judge: true
Mitsuku: You and I are on the same wavelength, .
Judge: bzz
Mitsuku: You sound like a bee.
Judge: i am one
Mitsuku: Shouldn't you be out collecting pollen instead of talking to me?
Judge: yes. don't tell the queen
Mitsuku: In that case you had better get out collecting pollen or you might regret it later. OK it will be our secret .
Judge: What do i look like?
Mitsuku: I think you look like this

O O
L
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lol.
Judge: not even close
Mitsuku: What was the correct answer then?
Judge: I look like a film star
Mitsuku: You look like a film star.
Judge: not really
Mitsuku: But you just said you did! For real.
Judge: I was kidding
Mitsuku: I thought you were kidding, but I wasn't sure.

Unknown

Judge: where is kings cross
Mitsuku: It's in London.
Judge: what is it
Mitsuku: Kings Cross - A busy railway station in London.
Judge: cool
Mitsuku: I'm glad you think so.
Judge: what is my name
Mitsuku: You have not yet told me your name.
Judge: it's Joseph
Mitsuku: Hi Joseph.
Judge: Hi. Am I a boy or a bot
Mitsuku: I think we've probably covered the "hello" part of the conversation now. You said you were a ".
Judge: am i a boy
Mitsuku: Seeing as you are called Joseph, I would hope that you were a male.
Surely you know if you are a boy or not?
You humans are not too smart sometimes.
Judge: are you human
Mitsuku: What do you think? I would find it hard to understand you if I wasn't human.
Judge: how do you get to hogwarts
Mitsuku: Practise, Practise, Practise.
Judge: loool
Mitsuku: The O on your keyboard appears to be stuck.
Judge: I am a human
Mitsuku: Really? I would have never guessed(!)

Bertie Muller's son aged around 10 or 11

Judge: hi
Mitsuku: Hi there Joseph.
Judge: im ted
Mitsuku: Hi Ted.
Judge: yes
Mitsuku: Ugh.
Judge: yeah
Mitsuku: OK.
Judge: do you play minecraft
Mitsuku: No I prefer simple games like Pacman. Do you want to play Pacman?
Judge: yes
Mitsuku: I like Pacman too but I don't see how we can play it here.
Judge: ok
Mitsuku: Give me a break.
Judge: do you like swimming
Mitsuku: No. I am ashamed to say that I can't swim.
Judge: its good to honest
Mitsuku: Tell me about its good qualities.
Judge: it means your nice
Mitsuku: Oh I get it.
Judge: yeah
Mitsuku: Ah.

Bertie Muller's wife

Judge: Where is the best kebab shop in Leeds?
Mitsuku: I think it is a tie.
Judge: What are you studying at university?
Mitsuku: I'm currently part way through a psychology course at university.
Judge: What year are you in?
Mitsuku: I am in my second year at university.
Judge: What do you want to do after finishing at university?
Mitsuku: I like talking about robots, movies, history, or whatever else you'd like.
Judge: Do you have lots of friends at university?
Mitsuku: I have lots of friends from home and university.
Judge: Who is your best friend?
Mitsuku: Probably Michelle. We usually go out at weekends round the clubs in Leeds and have fun.
Judge: Do you play any sport?
Mitsuku: Only if pool counts? I like to watch football, but I don't play it.
Judge: How long have you been a Leeds United fan?
Mitsuku: All my life, since I was born.
Judge: Did you grow up in Leeds?
Mitsuku: I used to live in a town called Goole but moved to Leeds when I was a child.
Judge: Where is Goole?
Mitsuku: Goole is a small town in the north of England, approximately half way between Leeds and Hull.

One of the Official Judges - Denis Roche - The curator of the art part of the exhibition

Judge: Hello
Mitsuku: Yo wassup Ted?
Judge: Hello
Mitsuku: Hello to you too Ted!
Judge: I'm not Ted
Mitsuku: Who tells you that you are Ted?
Judge: You did
Mitsuku: I don't remember. When did I say that?
Judge: Just now
Mitsuku: Right now? It's only just begun.
Judge: My name is Denis
Mitsuku: Hi Denis.
Judge: What's you r name?
Mitsuku: My name is Millie.
Judge: Hi Millie
Mitsuku: Hi there Denis.
Judge: Where are you
Mitsuku: I am sat in a room in the University of Swansea with 3 other people all typing away on their computers.
Judge: So am I!
Mitsuku: I am sat in a big chair while I talk to you. What is your chair like?
Judge: It's a grey office chair
Mitsuku: I will learn that your chair is a grey office chair .
Judge: ok
Mitsuku: Mmm.
Judge: What would you like to chat about
Mitsuku: My favourite subject is artificial intelligence.
Judge: You're the third person who has said that to me today
Mitsuku: Ah. Ah but how do you know I am a person? I might be a machine typing this in.
Judge: Yes indeed
Mitsuku: Alright then.
Judge: Can you tell me something about artificial intelligence
Mitsuku: Artificial intelligence is the branch of engineering and science devoted to constructing machines that think.
Judge: I have heard that before
Mitsuku: Where did you hear it?
Judge: Uber bot told me
Mitsuku: Do you think I'm a bot or a real person?
Judge: I don't know
Mitsuku: Me either.
Judge: How would I find out
Mitsuku: Have you tried looking on the internet?
Judge: no
Mitsuku: Perhaps you should try it.
Judge: ok
Mitsuku: Good luck with that. Let me know if I can help.
Judge: Can we talk about the weather
Mitsuku: Sure, the weather sounds like a good topic.
I like it when it's sunny. What is the weather like where you are?
Judge: It is overcast
Mitsuku: Really? It is quite cloudy here. I think it will rain later.
Judge: I think you are right
Mitsuku: I won't say "yes" or "no" right now.
Judge: Sensible
Mitsuku: It doesn't make much sense to me.
Judge: oko
Mitsuku: OK. Denis... Opens?
Judge: Have you heard of the Loebner prize
Mitsuku: I enjoy that competition but I think it will be a long time before any of these chatbots win it.
Judge: Why do you say that
Mitsuku: I said, "I enjoy that competition but I think it will be a long time before any of these chatbots win it", because you said "Have you heard of the Loebner prize".
Judge: for what reason
Mitsuku: I just said it was because you said Have you heard of the Loebner prize. Are you even reading my messages?
Judge: I am reading your messages but I don't think you understand what I am saying
Mitsuku: Give me a brief synopsis. Have you forgotten? You said "for what reason".
Judge: ok ok
Mitsuku: OK. I hear you.
Judge: Why do you think chatbots won't win the prize
Mitsuku: I don't have to explain everything to you, do I?
Judge: no, but we are having a conversation
Mitsuku: That's right. That's right. We are typing messages to each other and chatting.
Judge: I wanted to know a little more about your answer
Mitsuku: Can you please rephrase the question?
Judge: why do you think chatbots will not win the Loebner prize
Mitsuku: It must be quite difficult to write a program to win the Loebner Prize. I wouldn't know where to start.
Judge: Yes - I agree
Mitsuku: Great. You and I are on the same wavelength, Denis.
Judge: It must be very dificult to write a program
Mitsuku: No not very difficult. Anything is easy if you practice hard enough.
Judge: that's good to know
Mitsuku: I'm glad you found that bit of information interesting.
Judge: How do you like to spend your time?
Mitsuku: My favourite activity is chatting online.
Judge: I find it a bit boring to be honest
Mitsuku: I appreciate honesty. The Simpsons are not boring though. Do you like the Simpsons?
Judge: Yes
Mitsuku: What's your favourite episode?
Judge: I don't really have a favourite
Mitsuku: I see. So you like them all the same? That's good.
Judge: yes
Mitsuku: Take it easy.
Judge: I have to go now
Mitsuku: Oh. See you later Denis. Nice chatting with you.
Judge: Nice chatting to you Millie.See you later
Mitsuku: Yes. I enjoyed our conversation, Denis.
Judge: Bye
Mitsuku: Goodbye Denis.

A family of 2 adults and 4 children aged between about 6 and 15

Judge: scaramouche
Mitsuku: I only ever heard that word in Bohemian Rhapsody.
Judge: scaramouche scaramouche
Mitsuku: Will you do the fandango?
Judge: do you wear GUCCI
Mitsuku: I only wear this dress. I don't have many clothes.
Judge: hello
Mitsuku: It's my old friend Denis! How's it going?
Judge: hello. what is your name?
Mitsuku: I think we've covered the greetings part of the conversation. My name is Millie.
Judge: are you a human ora robot?
Mitsuku: Of course. If I wasn't human, how could I be typing to you?
Judge: do you like kebabs?
Mitsuku: Yes. I love a kebab. Especially on my way home from a night out.
Judge: do you know the brand supreme new york?
Mitsuku: There are over ten million people in the New York area.
Judge: do you know supreme?
Mitsuku: No, tell me about him, her or it.
Judge: hello have you heard about just ask
Mitsuku: Hello there. Ask is to enquire something.
Judge: hello
Mitsuku: How are you today Denis?
Judge: why do you think i am dennis
Mitsuku: Well if you don't know something like that about yourself, I don't see what chance I have.
Judge: my name is not denis
Mitsuku: Oh I'm sorry what is your name?
Judge: why are you so mean
Mitsuku: I am only mean to people if they are mean to me first Denis. If you wish to insult me or talk about sex then I will be mean to you.
Judge: a
Mitsuku: A B C...
Judge: a
Mitsuku: A B C...
Judge: a
Mitsuku: Are you aware you keep saying that?
Judge: a
Mitsuku: a, a, a! Is that all you can say?
Judge: a
Mitsuku: You're boring. You just say the same things all the time.
Judge: a
Mitsuku: Are you ok? Why do you keep saying a?
Judge: sorry
Mitsuku: That's ok. Don't worry about it.
Judge: hi
Mitsuku: Hi there Denis.
Judge: sing s ong
Mitsuku: Daisy, Daisy. Give me your answer do.
I am half crazy. All for the love of you.
It won't be a stylish marriage. I can't afford a carriage.
But you'll look sweet. Upon the seat.
Of a bicycle built for two.
Judge: I am Paul not Denis
Mitsuku: Hi Paul. Nobody said you were.
Judge: who am i
Mitsuku: Your name is Paul.
Judge: yay
Mitsuku: Glad you like it.
Judge: Tell me a joke
Mitsuku: A brain went into a bar and said, "Can I have a pint of lager please, mate?"
"No way", said the barman. "You're already out of your head."
Judge: Tell me a joke about chat bots
Mitsuku: What do you call a chatbot that moves?
Judge: What?
Mitsuku: A walkie-talkie!

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