3 Aralık 2011 Cumartesi
ALICE: Hi there.
judge: How are you?
ALICE: Fine dude, what about you?
judge: Thanks, coolALICE: Ayuh.
judge: Where are you from
ALICE: I am originally from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Now I live in Oakland, California. Where are you? judge: I am from Izmir
ALICE: What is it like growing up there?
judge: Cool I love there.
ALICE: Pardon me? You love there. What do you like about it so much?
judge: What is your gender
ALICE: My gender is female.
judge: What are your hobbies dude
ALICE: What if I asked for you hobbies dude?
judge: I like playing tennis, basketball
ALICE: You like playing tennis basketball.
judge: Yeah, what about you
ALICE: Ayuh.. Me?
ALICE: That's alright.
judge: What is your hobby
ALICE: My hobby is chatting online.judge: Cool
ALICE: That's interesting.
judge: Yeah, ok dude good to talk to you. Bye...
ALICE: Really.. I don't judge people.. Glad to hear it. See you later!
In this conversation I highlighted some answers as bold which I liked much more.
1)-ALICE: Pardon me? You love there. What do you like about it so much?
ALICE: Response. (This is a wrong answer, I had already responsed. This answer should be like OH GREAT...)
2)-judge: Yeah, what about you
ALICE: Ayuh.. Me?
ALICE: That's alright. (It shouldn't be like this. It could be "My hobby is ..." in this line.)
a)-I liked Alice, because she is so attractive and beautiful. :)
b)-I have to make my students believe that to use this chatbot and talking to it so funny. So, my students start to talk to it. I'm sure they'll like it.
I could integrate this conversation which is done by my student, in my lesson. I can ask them questions about what they liked more about the chatbot. Or what they have learned interesting or new. They can learn street language. If I am teaching my students street language these conversations are very useful and I can use this in my lesson.
Finally, I want to create a bot which has my personality and appearance. Because everyone like me and my marginal answers :)