The task for the human judges is to recognize chatbot responses and distinguish them from conversations with humans.
If the judges cannot reliably distinguish the chatbot from the human, the chatbot is said to have passed the test.
Chatbot is typically perceived as engaging software entity which humans can talk to. It appears everywhere, from old ancient HTML pages to modern advanced social networking websites, and from standard computers to fashionable smart mobile devices. Their language (Natural Language Processing, NLP) skills vary from extremely poor to very clever intelligent, helpful and funny. was written within the frame of Artificial Intelligence Markup Language (AIML), an open standard for creating any kind of chatbot, also developed by Wallace. Any “upgrades” or improvements to the interface are solely the option and responsibility of the botmaster.A well-known way to measure the chatbot intelligence in a more or less objective manner is the so-called .This test determines how well a chatbot is capable of appearing like a real person by giving responses indistinguishable from a human’s response. Talking to a chatbot can be a lot of fun, and if you have the desire, dedication and skills to create, maintain and manage your own chatbot, you can do it.Your chatbot on Pandorabots uses AIML to store input patterns, output “templates”, and other data that the server uses to create the output that the users to your bot type in.