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Sexuality in the Digital Age can mean sexting on smartphones, hookups through Craigslist and Facebook, and transmitting lewd photos like Anthony Weiner or Brett Favre.

But while humans continue to define the do's and don'ts of online lust, a new generation of computer programs may have already figured it out.

is also one of the strongest programs and ‘most human’ of AI chat robot or chatbot, and has won the Loebner Prize three times (in 2000, 20).

ALICE: Thanks for telling me: unknown person said I wear bikini.

ALICE’s development began in 1995 by Richard Wallace, and was rewritten in Java beginning in 1998.

However, the program is unable to pass the Imitation Game (more commonly known as the “Turing Test”), as even the casual user will often expose its mechanistic aspects in short conversations.

E because the computer that ran the first version of the software was called Alice. Alicebot, an engine or software agent of ALICE utilizes AIML.

The crude connections may signal a "robotic moment" for society where humans begin turning to artificial intelligence to fulfill emotional needs, said Sherry Turkle, director of MIT's Initiative on Society and Self. And that a robot would be a safe choice." Virtual lover Such "seduction by social robots" forms a key theme in Turkle's latest book, "Alone Together: Why We Expect More from Technology and Less from Each Other" (Basic Books, 2011).How do we actually quantify human intelligence to be able to say that we have succeeded in Turing's dream? Should we instead be looking to create a new sort of machine intelligence different from our own? So you can talk with dozens of beautiful girls, as with any other chatbot. It was inspired by Joseph Weizenbaum’s classical ELIZA program, and was named A. or Artificial Linguistic Internet Computer Entity is an award-winning artificial intelligence (A. In other word, ALICE as it commonly called, is a bot program that engages in a conversation with a human by applying some heuristical pattern matching rules to the human’s input, and in its online form it also relies on a hidden third person. "I did find people who were interested in artificial boyfriends and girlfriends, in artificial spouses," Turkle told Innovation News Daily. She found that some people can desire what robots offer — either in virtual form or as crude sex bots — even if it marks a step below emotional fulfillment with other human beings.

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