The format of the competition is based on the Turing test, named after the famous British mathematician and computer pioneer Alan Turing who proposed the test in a 1950 paper entitled Computing Machinery and Intelligence.
A human judge conducts conversations, via a computer keyboard, with a computer program and with a human being.
The script can be made more complex by breaking it down into individual likes and more responses.
The "pick" variable is used solely for making it respond one of multiple possible messages.
Based on the responses the judge decides which is which, and in the Loebner Prize competition the judges rank each of their conversation partners from most humanlike to least humanlike.
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