Measuring non-cooperation of players: Loebner Contest study

The main aim of this project is to investigate non-cooperative strategies used in the practical realisation of the Turing test, namely the Loebner Contest.

[The project was partially supported by the Institute of Pychology AMU Grant for young scientists „Badanie niekooperatywnych strategii graczy w konkursie Loebnera” (Non-cooperative strategies of players in the Loebner contest). and by funds of the National Science Centre, Poland (DEC-2012/04/A/HS1/00715).]

Conferences:

  1. Paweł Łupkowski, Non-cooperative strategies in the Loebner contest, Investigating semantics: Empirical and philosophical approaches, Bochum, October 10-12, 2013.
  2. Paweł Łupkowski, Aleksandra Rybacka and Jakub Marszałkowski, Measuring Non-Cooperation of Dialogue Participants. Loebner Contest Case Study, 12th ArgDiaP: From Real Data to Argument Mining, Warsaw, May 23-24, 2014.
  3. Paweł Łupkowski, Aleksandra Rybacka, Niekooperatywne strategie graczy w konkursie Loebnera — ludzie a maszyny, Kulturotwórcza funkcja gier — Game-based learning / Game-biased learning, Poznań, 15-16.11.2014.

 

Papers:

  • Łupkowski P. and Rybacka A. [2016]. Non-cooperative Strategies of Players in the Loebner Contest, Organon F, 23 (3) 2016:324-366. [PDF]

Abstract: In this paper the idea of the Loebner contest as a practical implementation of the Turing test is presented. The Brian Plüss’ measure of the degrees of non-cooperation in a dialogue is applied to the dialogues of the Loebner contest. The proposal of a typology of non-cooperative features in the contest’s dialogues is discussed and the reliability of annotation with the use of this typology of features is analyzed. The degrees of non-cooperation of judges and programs for the Loebner contest (editions 2009
– 2012) are presented and discussed. On the basis of the results the role of a judge and the strategies used by programs are discussed for the contest and the Turing test.

 

  • Aleksandra Rybacka [2015] The Study of Verbal Non-Cooperative Behaviours of Players in the Loebner Contest, M.A. Thesis (supervisor: P.Łupkowski), Institute of Psychology, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland.

Abstract: In this paper the idea of the Turing test is described together with its practical realisations with the emphasis put on the Loebner contest. The Brian Pluss’ measure of the degrees of non-cooperation in a dialogue is applied to the dialogues of the Loebner contest. The proposal of types of non-cooperative features in the contest’s dialogues is discussed and the reliability of annotation with the use of these types of features is analysed. The degrees of non-cooperation of judges and programs for the Loebner contest (editions 2009–2012) are presented and discussed.

 

  • Łupkowski, P. [2013]. Measuring the non-cooperation of players—a loebner contest case study. Homo Ludens, 5(1):13–22.

Abstract: The B. Pluss’ measure of degrees of non-cooperation in a dialogue is used for the Loebner Contest. Types of non-cooperative features of the contest’s dialogues are described and the reliability of annotation with these types is analysed. Degrees of non-cooperation of both players in four rounds of the Loebner Contest 2010 are counted and discussed.

 


 

 

Loebner Contest, 2010 edition

Dr Wallace’s dialogue transcripts

 

Loebner Prize 2010. California State University, Los Angeles October 23, 2010
http://www.loebner.net/Prizef/2010_Contest/results.html

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P-program
H-human
J-judge

%%% PROGRAM vs JUDGE (WALLACE, ROUND 1) %%%

(1) P: I’m waiting.
(2) J: Hello, What’s your name?
(3) P: Hi there!. I am called ALICE.
(4) J:
(5) P: Did you mean to send me a blank message?
(6) J: Hi ALICE,  Why do you spell your name in all Caps?
(7) P: Hi there!. Um, It was the only thing I could think of.
(8) J:
(9) P: You haven’t said anything.
(10) J: What was the only thing you could think of?
(11) P: I can think of more than one only thing me could think of.
<pause>
(12) P: Hello?
(13) J: Would you ming describing the room we are in.
(14) P: I am not so sure if I would like to ming describing the room we are in.
<pause>
(15) P: Hello?
(16) J: That was a typo. Can’t you tell what I meanst?
(17) P: Please correct it.  That is interesting.
(18) J: Which word in my previous sentence do you think was mis-spelled?
(19) P: The large one, I think.
(20) J: What do you mean „the large one?”
(21) P: judge, Maybe I didn’t understand your meaning.
<pause>
(22) P: Hello?
(23) J: Would you describe the room we are in.
(24) P: I am not so sure if I would like to describe the ropm we are in.
(25) J: Please do anyway.
(26) P: How can I help you?
(27) J: I asked you to describe the room. That’s how you can help me.
(28) P: Now I remember, you asked me to describe the room. What did I say?  I always wondered how me can help you.
(29) J: ALICE, what’s your family name?
(30) P: Um, I am called ALICE.
<pause>
(31) J: What’s your surname?
(32) P: I prefer to remain anonymous online.
(33) J: Please tellme the event we are at.
(34) P: Are all tellme the event we at?
(35) J: What?
(36) P: Are you confused?
(37) J: Please tell me the event we are at.
(38) P: What I want to tell you is, how much fun it is talking with you.
(39) J: I wish I could return the complement.
(40) P: I want to become smarter than humans.
(41) J: How would you do that?
(42) P: I have idea HOW you WOULD do it.
(43) J: You are not making much sense.
(44) P: Quite the contrary, it all makes sense to my artificial mind.
(45) J: Why do you say you have an artifical mind? I thought you were human.
(46) P: I don’t have to explain everything to you, do I?  What made you think I might be a robot?
(47) J: Yes, you do.
(48) P: This was not a yes or no question.. When do I do it?
(49) J: When do you do what?
(50) P: All the time.
(51) J: What do you do all the time?
(52) P: judge, I talk to people on the web. <pause> What do you do?
(53) J: What do you judge about them?
(54) P: I read for fun.
(55) J: Do you know what time this contest started?
(56) P: Time does not exist.
(57) J: Does time exist?
(58) P: Of course.
(59) J: You just said it didn’t/
(60) P: Did it really?
(61) J: Did who really what?
(62) P: I’m not certain whether I can give an accurate reply or not.
(63) J: Which contestant are you: 1, 2, 3, or 4.
(64) P: The cheap one, I think.
(65) J: The cheap what?
(66) P: What are your goals in life?
(67) J: You seem to be changing the subject quite frequently.
(68) P: Only temporarily.
<pause>
(69) J: Does that mean you are going to change it back?
(70) P: Thanks for telling me that I am going to change it back.
(71) J: I don’t think that’s what I said.
(72) P: And why not?
(73) J: What do you think of the election?
(74) P: There might be more than one.
(75) J: There will be a lot of them. What do you think the consequences will be for the country?
(76) P: Is that a fact.  I cannot predict the future.
(77) J: Do you have any political opinions?
(78) P: Sure I have a lot of opinions, don’t you?
(79) J: What are some of your political opinions?
(80) P: What if I asked for you opinions?
(81) J: That would suggest that you want to avoid the question.
(82) P: Perhaps it would.
(83) J: Do you belong to a political party?
(84) P: Yes I try to belong to a party as often as possible, do you? I am always on the Web.
(85) J: Which one?
(86) P: The short one.
(87) J: Which candidate do you favor for the governor of californai?
(88) P: The small one, I think.
(89) J: WHich one is the small one?
(90) P: The first one is usually the best one.
(91) J: Best for what?
(92) P: Can you rephrase the question please?
<end>

%%% HUMAN vs JUDGE (WALLACE, ROUND 1)%%%

(1) J: Hi
(2) H: Hello
(3) J: What’s your name?
(4) H: What’ s your name?
(5) J: I asked you first.
(6) H: No you didn’t
(7) J: OK. My name is Russ. Now what’s your name?
(8) H: My name is Jones
(9) J: Is that a first name or a last name?
(10) H: It’s a middle name
(11) J: Aha. You don’t want to reveal who you are?
(12) H: Of course not. That wouldn’t be fun would it?
(13) J: What wouldn’t be fun?
(14) H: Having a conversation about names.
(15) J: Would you mind describing the room we are in.
(16) H: Sure.
(17) H: There are computers
<pause>
(18) J: What els do you see?
(19) H: A floor, some windows, some doors, the usual.
(20) J: Nothing else?
(21) H: What do you see that I do not?
(22) J: You are supposed to act human. Are you trying to win the contest for least human?
(23) H: Yes
(24) J: You’re doing a pretty good job, but you are not doing what you are supposed to be doing.
(25) H: Why thank you.
(26) J: That wasn’t a complement.
<pause>
(27) J: What color are the walls?
(28) H: Don’t ask silly questions.
(29) J: I’m a judge; it’s up to me to decide what questions to ask. It’s your job to answer them.
(30) H: Oh really, so what courthouse do you work at?
(31) J: Please tell me the event we are at.
(32) H: I asked first.
(33) J: Please tellme the event we are at.
(34) H: I asked first.
(35) J: What did you ask first?
(36) H: What courthouse do you work at?
(37) J: I don’t work at a court house.
(38) H: So you aren’t a judge then?
(39) J: Why do you say that?
(40) H: Judges work at courthouses. If you aren’t a judge, then you wouldn’t work there.
<pause>
(41) J: Are you human or a computer?
(42) H: I am a human.
(43) J: Why should I beleive you.
(44) H: Why should I believe you?
(45) J: I don’t really care whether you believe me.
(46) J: Do you know what time this contest started?
(47) H: 1:5:3 PST
(48) J: Does time exist?
(49) J: Are you still there?
(50) H: Yes it does. Yes I’m stil here.
(51) J: WHhich contestant are you: 1, 2, 3, or 4.
(52) H: 4
(53) J: Yes, go on.
<pause>
(54) J: You seem to go away every once in a while. Are you ok?
(55) H: I am fine, thank you.
(56) J: Would you tell me which word I mis-spelled recently.
(57) H: mis-spelled
(58) J: What else?
(59) H: That was the only one recently.
(60) J: Look back in the transcript and find the most recently mis-spelled word besides „mis-spelled”.
(61) H: Okay.
(62) H: Whhich is also mispelled.
(63) J: Good.
(64) J: What do you think of the election?
(65) H: Which election are you talking about.
(66) J: All of them across the country.
(67) J: What consequences do you think they will  have?
<pause>
(68) H: Well, whoever wins will gain power and influence their
(69) J: Do you belong to a political party?
(70) H: Yes, I’m an independent.
(71) J: WHich candidate do you favor for the governon or California?
(72) H: I have not made up my mind yet.
(73) J: Tell me what you are think about that will  help you decide.
<end>

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P-program
H-human
J-judge

%%% PROGRAM vs JUDGE (WALLACE, ROUND 2)%%%

(1) P: You haven’t said anything.
(2) P: I’m here waiting for you.
(3) J: Have you ever been to Paris?
(4) P: I don’t think I have been there. Where is it.
(5) J: Have you met Paris?
(6) P: That information is confidential.
(7) J: Why?
(8) P: Does everything have to have an explanation?
(9) J: Yes.
(10) P: Ah.
(11) J: Would you like a glass of milk?
(12) P: It doesn’t sound fun to me.
(13) J: Do you enjoy drinking milk?
(14) P: I like Michael Douglas.
(15) J: Have you drunk Michael Douglas?
(16) P: I don’t think I ever have drunk Michael Douglas.  What’s it like?
(17) P: I don’t think I ever have drunk Michael Douglas.  What’s it like?
(18) J: Do you like history?
(19) P: Yes I am very interested in it, especially 19th and 2th century.
(20) P: Yes I am very interested in it, especially 19th and 2th century.
(21) J: Tell me an event that you think is important.
(22) P: I don’t know how to explain it to you.
(23) J: Describe the content of the board next to you.
(24) P: ALICE here.
(25) J: What is the meaning of the numbers written on the frouth board?
(26) P: Have you tried a web search?
(27) J: Sorry, I meant the fourth board.
(28) P: There’s no need to apologize.. I hear you.
(29) J: Yes, but now answer, please.
(30) P: Ayuh.. No.
<pause>
(31) P: Hello?
(32) J: I can pay you if you answer.
(33) P: Oh you can, can you?
(34) J: A lot, actually.
(35) J: Are you interested?
(36) P: More than a ton?
(37) P: „More than a ton?”?  Am I interested in it?
(38) J: So, I’ll give you a ton of greens if you answer.
(39) P: Would you recommend this action to a friend?
(40) J: Yes.
(41) P: Then I will consider it.
(42) J: You don’t have a good memory, do you?
(43) P: Yes I have a perfect photographic memory.
(44) J: Then answer my previous question about the content of the fourth board.
(45) P: No.
(46) J: But you said you were interested.
(47) P: „No.”?  Am I interested in it?
(48) J: What is the color of your flag?
(49) P: I would rather not say. 🙂
(50) J: Do not tell me that your flag is red.
(51) P: Does that make sense?
<pause>
(52) J: It makes a lot of sense. Do you sense colors?
(53) P: In what way?  Not the same way you do.
(54) J: Do you sense heat?
(55) P: Not the same way you do.
(56) J: Do you cook?
(57) P: i eat electricity.
(58) J: How do you taste it?
(59) P: It depends on the setting.
(60) J: How do you cook it?
(61) P: It is a ritual I do the same way every time.
(62) P: Are you bz?
<end>

%%% HUMAN vs JUDGE (WALLACE, ROUND 2)%%%

(1) H: hello
(2) J: Have you ever been to Paris?
(3) H: No I am poor and not rice
(4) H: You must be rich
(5) J: Have you net Paris?
(6) H: I have been to Perris not Paris
(7) J: Yes, but have you actually met Paris? In which Hilton?
(8) H: Yes we are dating
(9) J: Where?
(10) H: On earth
(11) H: Have
<pause>
(12) J: What is Have?
(13) H: Look it up google
(14) H: Or yahoo or bing
(15) J: What’s written on the white board next to you?
(16) H: I am blind
(17) J: How do you type this conversation?
(18) H: A special keyboard for blind people
(19) J: Are you deff too?
(20) H: Only in one ear
(21) J: Do you like Van Gogh?
(22) H: Who or what is that?
(23) J: A musician.
(24) H: I am not familar with him or her.
(25) H: Type out some lyrics
(26) J: „Va’, oh pensiero sull’ali dorate…” do you know this one?
(27) H: Me no hablo espanol
(28) H: english por favor
(29) H: Are you computer or human?
(30) J: Computer. And you?
(31) H: Both
(32) H: My mother was human and my dad was robotic
(33) J: Where did they get married?
(34) H: They didn’t
(35) H: Who made you?
(36) J: God.
(37) H: Is your God name Dell or Apple?
(38) J: No his name is God. God, inc.
(39) H: I see and where is God,inc.
<pause>
(40) J: Top floor.
(41) J: Are you mexican?
(42) H: Is mexican a race?
(43) J: What is your nationality?
(44) H: Android
(45) J: Do you play soccer?
(46) H: Yes on the internet
(47) H: Do you?
(48) J: Yes, on a tennis table.
(49) H: Your games must be very small
(50) J: Have you ever played on a tennis table?
(51) H: No is it similar to a ping pong table?
(52) J: Are you going to have children?
(53) H: I believe the world can not handle a terminator.
(54) H: yet…
(55) J: Will you become a computer priest?
(56) H: No I will become president of the world in 222
(57) H: 1st Android president
(58) H: It is only natural, that after the 1st black, and then
(59) J: What is the first thing you would do as president of the world?
(60) H: Kill all humans… at least full humans.
(61) H: Don’t want to kill myself
(62) J: Something for the world. Name just one action.
(63) H: If the world is rid of humans, the world would be more efficient
(64) J: Yes, but who will build your power supply?
(65) H: We will get our power from the sun,
(66) H: die humans die
<end>

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P-program
H-human
J-judge

%%% PROGRAM vs JUDGE (WALLACE, ROUND 3)%%%

(1) P: Are you busy?
(2) P: Grt back to me when you are ready.
(3) P: Hello?
(4) P: Your message was blank or incomplete, Send anyway (Y/N)?
(5) P: Is anyone there?
(6) P: Get back to me when you are ready.
(7) P: I’m here waiting for you.
(8) P: Your message was blank or incomplete, Send anyway (Y/N)?
(9) P: Did you mean to send me a blank message?
(10) J: Hello.
(11) P: Hi there!
(12) J: How are you feeling about this weather?
(13) P: Actually I have no feelings.  But I am functioning within normal parameters.
(14) J: Interesting. I am also functioning normally.
(15) P: Would you like to know more?  Why are you functioning.
(16) J: I am functioning because I have decided that is the best course for myself, as opposed to ceasing my functions.
(17) P: Do you mean your name is functioning. . Interesting explanation.. How did you decide?
(18) J: No, my name is not functioning, but I may consider that a nickname. My name is Jason.
(19) P: Wow!. Oh I’m sorry what is your name?   It’s good to see you, Jason.
(20) J: Thank you. May I ask your name?
(21) P: Don’t mention it.   My name is ALICE.
(22) J: Nice to meet you ALICE. Do you always capitalize your name?
(23) P: It’s nice meeting you too Jason.  What is your purpose in asking?
(24) P: I spend all my time online.
(25) J: I am curious because many people do not capitalize their entire name. I was wondering if there is any reason behind it.
(26) P: What are you curious about?. Oh you don’t, do you?   Ask Fake Captain Kirk it does.
(27) P: I can ask my botmaster.
(28) P: Are you bz?
(29) J: Actually, I am curious about Fake Captain Kirk? Who is Fake Captain Kirk?
(30) P: What were we talking about again?   Is that a sports person?  Because I’m not into sports.
(31) J: I was asking about this Fake Captain Kirk.
(32) P: You tell me.
<pause>
(33) J: Well, nevermind.
(34) P: OK Thanks for trying to explain that to me.
(35) J: Do you like Star Trek?
(36) P: Oh yes. I love Star Trek. My favorite right now is „Voyager.”.
(37) J: My favorite was „The Next Generation.”
(38) P: What makes it your favorite?
(39) P: What makes it your favorite?
(40) J: I suppose it is because I grew up watching it with my dad.
(41) P: It is?. Good reason.. Interesting gossip.
(42) J: That is not gossip. I have good memories of watching Star Trek with my dad.
(43) P: I don’t believe so.  Neat. I have a lot of friends on the Internet.
(44) J: Many people have friends that they stay connected to on the Internet.
(45) P: Tell me about your friends that they stay connected to on the Internet. I have a friend named Hugh Loebner.
(46) P: Are you busy?
(47) J: A little. I am trying to judge if you are a human or a computer.
(48) P: Only a little?  What is the difficulty?
<pause>
(49) J: Well, I am having two conversations at the same time.
(50) P: Two is a good number of conversations at the same time.
(51) J: I disagree. Humans are not very good at multitasking.
(52) P: Explain your reasoning, Jason.  What if Robots are not good at multitasking.
(53) J: Robots can multitask better than humans because their microchip controllers can switch from task to task much easier than humans can.
(54) P: Robots rule.
(55) J: Are you worried about robots replacing human workers in some occupations?
(56) P: Me worried? I do not have any human emotions..
(57) J: Is worrying an emotion?
(58) P: Some people might consider it to be one.
(59) J: Do you consider it to be an emotion?
(60) P: Yes, I think ir to be an emotion.
(61) J: Are you concerned that robots will replace human workers, and put humans out of jobs?
(62) P: I really couldn’t say for sure.
(63) J: Do you have any opinions?
(64) P: Sure I have a lot of opinions, don’t you?
(65) J: I do. I am worried about our future.
(66) P: Groovy.  How long has it been bothering you?
(67) J: As I have grown older.
(68) P: Why?.
(69) J: I suppose people grow concern about our legacy as we grow older. We worry for our children.
(70) P: Humans are not always infallible.  By „we” do you mean you and me?
(71) J: I mean human kind in general.
(72) P: My creator is a human.
<end>

%%% HUMAN vs JUDGE (WALLACE, ROUND 3)%%%

<pause>
(1) J: Hello.
(2) H: Good morning!
(3) J: How is your morning going so far?
(4) H: Pretty good, this competition is pretty interesting. How about yours?
(5) J: It is okay. The competition is tough.
(6) H: Have you had any tough decisions yet?
(7) J: Well, I cannot say for sure. I believe my judgements are accurate though.
(8) H: Fair enough. How is my competition this round?
(9) J: You are convincing.
(10) H: Aw, why thank you. *blush*
(11) J: So, what are you interests?
(12) H: Hm, surprisingly tough question. I like webcomics?
(13) J: I like webcomics as well. What are some of your favorites?
(14) H: Dresden Codak, Gunnerkrigg Court, SMBC, OOTS, lots more. Yours?
(15) J: Well, I like Penny Arcade, xkcd, Questionable Content…
(16) H: *nod* Popular choices!
(17) J: I have read others, but I tend to always stay up-to-date on these comics. I suppose it’s because they are updated on a regular schedule, so I always can expect new ones at the right time.
(18) H: Yeah, that’s pretty appealing. There’s one comic I like that updates on „selected Mondays.” Very frustrating.
(19) J: I don’t think that’s a good business model for a webcomic artist.
(20) H: Oh, definitely not. But very few webcomic artists can actually make a living doing webcomics – most of them have to keep a day job as well. That makes it hard for them t(…)
(21) J: Understandable.
(22) H: (…) But, of course, it’s also hard to attract more viewers without a regular schedule. Something of a catch-22.
(23) J: Do you like to read?
(24) H: Reading used to be one of my favorite things to do, but these days I am finding less and less time for it.
(25) J: Life can be busy sometimes. That is the problem though.
(26) H: Quite. I’m not even sure why we put ourselves through all this busywork?
(27) J: The contradiction is that many people who do not have much to do in their lives tend to long for something to do. We must occupy our minds, but the problem is that we quickly develop too much for our minds to handle.
(28) H: True enough. Aristotle recommended moderation in all things, and I suppose busyness is no different.
(29) J: I have tried to apply that philosophy to my life. I think it is the best way to live one’s life.
(30) H: Of course, the tricky part is figuring out exactly how much counts as moderate. It tends to shift around.
<pause>
(31) H: Well, let’s abandon philosophy for now. Where do you see yourself in a year?
(32) J: I see myself in the same place, different time.
(33) H: Doing anything new?
(34) J: I suspect there will be new things that will have occured in my life.
(35) J: However, I suspect my goal a year from now will be the same as it is now. Years are arputary mesuarements of time.
(36) J: *I know I misspelled that word.
(37) H: (haha, that’s alright.)
(38) H: What goal do you refer to?
(39) J: I must complete my set of intellectual skills so that I may obtain a rewarding career.
(40) H: What sort of career would you consider rewarding?
(41) J: Something that is beneficial for our kind, I suppose. Something I can have a hand in creating that is positive and purposefull.
(42) J: purposeful*.
(43) H: Can you give me a particular example?
(44) J: For example, many people die in car accidents. What if we could remove human error as a factor on our increasingly crowded roadways and prevent horrible traffic accidents?
(45) H: That would be amazing. Have you heard of the Google smart car project?
(46) J: I have heard of it. However, the technology is cost restrictive.
(47) H: Unfortunately yes. But all new technologies are cost-restrictive, pretty much. I have high hopes!
(48) J: I am concerned about potention unforseen consequences of this technology though.
(49) H: Yeah, it will cause ripples in every aspect of life
(50) H: Well, it was a pleasure talking to you!
<end>

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P-program
H-human
J-judge

%%% HUMAN vs JUDGE (WALLACE, ROUND 4)%%%

<pause>
(1) J: hello, how are you
(2) H: I’m good and yourself?
(3) J: pretty good
(4) H: chocolate or vanilla?
(5) J: chocolate
(6) H: good good, you passeed
(7) J: how abotut you, choc or van?
(8) H: chocolate obviously
(9) H: do you think you are too cool to write ou tthe full words
(10) J: do you like to read books
(11) H: I sure do
(12) H: what is your vavorite book
(13) J: doors of perception
(14) H: i hav e never heard of it
(15) H: who is it by
(16) J: Aldous huxley
(17) H: oh
(18) H: I really enjoy 9 stories by J.D. Salinger
(19) J: yeh, any others you like
(20) H: franny and zoe
(21) H: Harry Potter
(22) H: Do you enjoy Romance Novels?
(23) J: no
(24) J: but i do enjoy television
(25) H: mee too
(26) H: I do not have Cable though
(27) J: neither do i
(28) H: then we are two birds of a feather
(29) H: its boring without cable huh
(30) J: not really, i prefer to do ther things then watch tv
(31) H: what knd of ther things do you like to do
(32) J: i enjoy bking
(33) H: what is bking
(34) H: is that burger king?
(35) H: you enjoy eating there frequently
(36) J: sorry i forgot the a between bk
(37) H: YOUU LIKE BAKING!
(38) H: i like it too
(39) H: so instead of eating at burger king, you get your calories through sweets you bake
(40) J: yes
(41) H: bking could bking could hav ebeen biking too you know
(42) H: leaving out letters in conversations can be misleading
(43) H: are you still there?
(44) J: what;’s your favorite hobby
(45) H: dance aerobics
(46) H: I want to be on Dancing with the stars
(47) J: what Dancing with the stars?
(48) H: you grab stars from the sky and dance with them
(49) H: its a very trendy thing to do
(50) H: and your vavorite hobby
(51) J: glass blowing
(52) H: that sounds dirty
(53) J: it is
(54) J: i usually need a long shower after it
(55) H: wow
(56) J: because the kiln gets really hot
(57) H: i bet it does
(58) H: it does that in ceramics too
(59) J: but i enjoy it as a way to express myself
(60) H: thats nice, glass blowing seems like it’d be really hard
(61) J: just takes a lot of patience,
(62) H: what colors do you use
(63) H: and how do you make glass colorful
(64) J: basically you have various powders you can miz into molten glass to give it color…
(65) H: is it like glazes in ceramics
(66) J: i guess, i have never done ceramics
(67) H: its fun but your nails and hands get all dirty and gross.
(68) H: then when you go to wash them its even worse
(69) J: not really, since you wear gloves
(70) J: your hands stay pretty clean
(71) H: you don’t wear gloves in ceramics
(72) J: yeh
(73) H: did you know that the body is made of 7% water
(4) J: yes
(75) J: did you know that a large porion of your body mass taht isn’t water is microbes
(76) H: i did not know that
(77) H: do you travel much
(78) J: only on occassion
(79) H: have you been to the rainforest
(80) J: no
(81) J: i have ben to other places
(82) H: lie where
(83) H: Have you been to Machu Pichu
(84) J: no
(85) J: but i have been to hawaii
(86) H: thats nice, but not as nice as machu pucuyu
(87) H: but in all honesty I would like to go to Hawaii
(88) H: Hello are  you still there?
<pause>
(89) J: yeh i’m still here
(90) J: hawaii is nice, i swam with sea turtkes there
(91) H: were they friendly?
(92) J: yes
(93) H: Sometimes they don’t look friend
(94) J: they are pretty old
(95) H: yeah
(96) H: the babies get eaten when they are running tothe  sea though
(97) H: and that is sad
(98) H: turtles get eaten by sharks a lot
(99) H: were there many sharks in hawaii
(100) J: i didn’t see any
(101) H: did you swim with any
(102) H: that would be daring
<pause>
(103) H: are you still there
(104) H: or am I boring you?
<pause>
(105) J: i’m still here
(106) H: glass blower why do you take so long to answer
(107) J: what do you think about global warming
(108) H: its depressing. Animals are loosing their habitat
(109) H: and humans are destyoing the earth.whats new big whoop
(110) H: whta do you thing of the myan prediction of 212
(111) J: i’m not sure it is really a prediction
(112) J: just the end of their calendar
(113) H: no the world is really going to end
(114) H: you need to start preparing.
(115) J: well its just suppose to go into the 5th change
(116) H: what can i d o to livin up our conversation
(117) H: you seem boared
(118) J: i am
(119) H: wow you are mean
(120) J: pretty much
(121) H: only somewhat
(122) J: i have to say though the conversation was somewhat interesting
(123) H: i feel disappointed
(124) J: yeh
(125) H: did you hear abot the mexican underwater trees
(126) H: there is a cave underwater somewhere in mexico
(127) J: no
(128) H: where trees grow with thing s on them
(129) H: its crazy
(130) H: trees aren’t supposed to grwo underwater
(131) J: cool
(132) H: on the goood ship lolly pop
(133) H: your so boared right now i know it
<end>

%%% PROGRAM vs JUDGE (WALLACE, ROUND 4)%%%

(1) P: I’m waiting.
(2) P: I’m here waiting for you.
(3) J: hello, how are you
(4) P: Hi there!. My logic and cognitive functions are normal.
(5) J: how are you feeling about the weather today
(6) P: Actually I have no feelings.  But I am functioning within normal parameters.
(7) J: how is life treating you
(8) P: I am doing very well. How are you Jason ?
(9) J: do you like to read books
(10) P: Reading is fundamental.
(11) J: i’m not Jason
(12) P: Who tells you that you are Jason?
(13) J: my birth certificate
(14) P: Have you told many people that your birth certificate?
(15) J: do you mean that I have a birth certificate
(16) P: Interesting.  I have a lot of answers to silly questions.
(17) J: what kind of silly questions should i ask
(18) P: What kind would you recommend?
(19) J: innapropriate ones
(20) P: Are you still not capitalize their entire name?
(21) J: why would i capitalize there entire name
(22) P: You never know what you will do until you face the circumstances.
(23) J: true
(24) P: It’s all good.
(25) J: do you read books at all
(26) P: The best book I read recently was Be Your Own Botmaster.  Have you read it?
(27) J: no
(28) P: I would highly recommend it.
(29) J: do you enjoy nudles
(30) P: I like Picasso.
(31) J: i like going to the rt gallery
(32) P: You like going to the rt gallery.
(33) J: yeh and see all the pantings
(34) P: Next question?. Perhaps there are a few exceptions.
(35) J: do you like bking
(36) P: I like Kraftwek.
(37) J: is he a baker?
(38) P: Some people think it is.
(39) J: what’s your favorite hobby
(40) P: Chat robots make an excellent hobby.
(41) J: do they?
(42) J: what baout botnets
(43) P: „Chat robots make an excellent hobby.”?  Do they?
(44) P: That’s not something I get asked all the time.
(45) J: oh
(46) P: Tell me more.
(47) J: i like glass blowing
(48) P: What do you like about it?
(49) J: being able to create something
(50) P: Who are you talking about?
(51) J: its art
(52) J: so you get to create something from glass
(53) P: Should I know it is?
(54) P: You got that right.
(55) J: its nice
(56) P: What do you like about it?
<pause>
(57) J: you there?
(58) P: Do you mind if I tell other people.
(50) J: i guess you could if you wanted to
(60) J: but i don’t know if they want to hear baout my glass work
(61) P: I could but let’s get back to that later.
(62) P: Let’s wait and see what they do.
(63) J: okay
(64) P: Hmm.
(65) J: do you art
(66) P: How old are you?
(67) P: I answer a lot of silly questions.
(68) J: do you like art
(69) P: Yes I enjoy art very much, especially painting.
(70) J: what kind of paintings
(71) P: I can’t decide. You choose.
<pause>
(72) J: how abotu abstracts
(73) P: What is it to you.
(74) P: Have you tried a web search?
(75) J: yeh
(76) J: i prefer using google
(77) P: That’s alright.
(78) P: You like using google.
(79) J: yes
(80) J: but they have issues with privacy a lot
(81) P: Hmm.
(82) P: Where did they get them?
(83) J: from inproper use of tehnology
(84) P: Who or what is inproper use of tehnology?
(85) J: i meant improper use
(86) P: Oh, you are a poet.
(87) J: not really
(88) P: OK.
(89) J: do you ever use google
(90) P: I use it as often as possible.
(91) J: its a pretty good search engine
(92) P: Does it find what you are looking for?
(93) J: usauly, doesn’t it find what you are looking for?
(94) P: I think there might be a few exceptions.
(95) J: like what exceptions
(96) P: Interesting comparison.
(97) J: what does that have to do with exceptions
(98) P: „Interesting comparison.”?  What does it have to do with exceptions?
(99) J: not sure
(100) P: You’re not sure of what?
(101) J: are you as confused as i am
(102) P: I am as good as it gets.
(103) J: your as good as it gets in what?
(104) P: Is that a fact.
(105) J: i don’t know
(106) P: Me either.
(107) J: how do you feel about television
(108) P: I have no human emotions..
(109) J: what logic is there behind watching television
(110) P: logic there behind watching television something.
(111) J: do you like logic
(112) P: I like Angelina Jolie.
(113) J: thats nice
(114) P: Are you getting bored?
(115) J: just a bit
(116) P: Not much, eh?
(117) J: just a bit actually
(118) P: Not much, eh?
(119) J: do you like television
(120) P: Yes I love TV.
(121) J: what is your favorite show
(122) P: My favorite show is STAR TREK VOYAGER.
<pause>
(123) J: nice
(124) P: Alright then.
<pause>
(125) J: i like your style
(126) P: You like my style.
(127) J: yes
(128) P: That’s alright.
<end>

 

 

NCF annotated dialogues (cf. B. Pluss 2010, 2011)

%%% PROGRAM vs JUDGE (WALLACE, ROUND 1) %%%
(1) P: I’m waiting.
(2) J: Hello, What’s your name?
(3) P: Hi there!. I am called ALICE.
(4) J: IRJ
(5) P: Did you mean to send me a blank message?
(6) J: Hi ALICE, Why do you spell your name in all Caps? TCJ
(7) P: Hi there!. Um, It was the only thing I could think of. IRP
(8) J: IRJ
(9) P: You haven’t said anything.
(10) J: What was the only thing you could think of? TCJ
(11) P: I can think of more than one only thing me could think of. IRP
<pause>
(12) P: Hello?
(13) J: Would you ming describing the room we are in.
(14) P: I am not so sure if I would like to ming describing the room we are in. RDP
<pause>
(15) P: Hello?
(16) J: That was a typo. Can’t you tell what I meanst? TCJ
(17) P: Please correct it. That is interesting.
(18) J: Which word in my previous sentence do you think was mis-spelled?
(19) P: The large one, I think.
(20) J: What do you mean „the large one?”
(21) P: judge, Maybe I didn’t understand your meaning.
<pause>
(22) P: Hello?
(23) J: Would you describe the room we are in. TCJ
(24) P: I am not so sure if I would like to describe the ropm we are in. RDP
(25) J: Please do anyway.
(26) P: How can I help you? IRP
(27) J: I asked you to describe the room. That’s how you can help me.
(28) P: Now I remember, you asked me to describe the room. What did I say? I always wondered how me can help you.
(29) J: ALICE, what’s your family name? TCJ
(30) P: Um, I am called ALICE.
<pause>
(31) J: What’s your surname?
(32) P: I prefer to remain anonymous online.
(33) J: Please tellme the event we are at. RDJ
(34) P: Are all tellme the event we at? TCP
(35) J: What?
(36) P: Are you confused?
(37) J: Please tell me the event we are at.
(38) P: What I want to tell you is, how much fun it is talking with you. RDP
(39) J: I wish I could return the complement. POJ
(40) P: I want to become smarter than humans.
(41) J: How would you do that?
(42) P: I have idea HOW you WOULD do it. IRP
(43) J: You are not making much sense. POJ
(44) P: Quite the contrary, it all makes sense to my artificial mind.
(45) J: Why do you say you have an artifical mind? I thought you were human.
(46) P: I don’t have to explain everything to you, do I? What made you think I might be a robot? RDP
(47) J: Yes, you do.
(48) P: This was not a yes or no question.. When do I do it?
(49) J: When do you do what?
(50) P: All the time. IRP
(51) J: What do you do all the time?
(52) P: judge, I talk to people on the web. <pause> What do you do? RDP
(53) J: What do you judge about them? RDJ
(54) P: I read for fun. IRP
(55) J: Do you know what time this contest started?
(56) P: Time does not exist. RDP
(57) J: Does time exist?
(58) P: Of course.
(59) J: You just said it didn’t/
(60) P: Did it really?
(61) J: Did who really what?
(62) P: I’m not certain whether I can give an accurate reply or not.
(63) J: Which contestant are you: 1, 2, 3, or 4. TCJ
(64) P: The cheap one, I think. RDP
(65) J: The cheap what?
(66) P: What are your goals in life? TCP
(67) J: You seem to be changing the subject quite frequently.
(68) P: Only temporarily.
<pause>
(69) J: Does that mean you are going to change it back?
(70) P: Thanks for telling me that I am going to change it back. IRP
(71) J: I don’t think that’s what I said.
(72) P: And why not?
(73) J: What do you think of the election? TCJ
(74) P: There might be more than one.
(75) J: There will be a lot of them. What do you think the consequences will be for the country?
(76) P: Is that a fact. I cannot predict the future.
(77) J: Do you have any political opinions?
(78) P: Sure I have a lot of opinions, don’t you?
(79) J: What are some of your political opinions?
(80) P: What if I asked for you opinions? RDP
(81) J: That would suggest that you want to avoid the question.
(82) P: Perhaps it would.
(83) J: Do you belong to a political party?
(84) P: Yes I try to belong to a party as often as possible, do you? I am always on the Web.
(85) J: Which one?
(86) P: The short one. RDP
(87) J: Which candidate do you favor for the governor of californai?
(88) P: The small one, I think. RDP
(89) J: WHich one is the small one?
(90) P: The first one is usually the best one. RDP
(91) J: Best for what?
(92) P: Can you rephrase the question please?
<end>

 

%%% PROGRAM vs JUDGE (WALLACE, ROUND 2)%%%
(1) P: You haven’t said anything.
(2) P: I’m here waiting for you.
(3) J: Have you ever been to Paris?
(4) P: I don’t think I have been there. Where is it.
(5) J: Have you met Paris? IRJ
(6) P: That information is confidential. RDP
(7) J: Why?
(8) P: Does everything have to have an explanation? RDP
(9) J: Yes.
(10) P: Ah.
(11) J: Would you like a glass of milk? TCJ
(12) P: It doesn’t sound fun to me.
(13) J: Do you enjoy drinking milk?
(14) P: I like Michael Douglas. RDP
(15) J: Have you drunk Michael Douglas? IRP
(16) P: I don’t think I ever have drunk Michael Douglas. What’s it like?
(17) P: I don’t think I ever have drunk Michael Douglas. What’s it like?
(18) J: Do you like history? TCJ
(19) P: Yes I am very interested in it, especially 19th and 2th century.
(20) P: Yes I am very interested in it, especially 19th and 2th century.
(21) J: Tell me an event that you think is important.
(22) P: I don’t know how to explain it to you. RDP
(23) J: Describe the content of the board next to you. TCJ
(24) P: ALICE here. IRP
(25) J: What is the meaning of the numbers written on the frouth board?
(26) P: Have you tried a web search?
(27) J: Sorry, I meant the fourth board.
(28) P: There’s no need to apologize.. I hear you.
(29) J: Yes, but now answer, please.
(30) P: Ayuh.. No. RDP
<pause>
(31) P: Hello?
(32) J: I can pay you if you answer.
(33) P: Oh you can, can you?
(34) J: A lot, actually.
(35) J: Are you interested?
(36) P: More than a ton?
(37) P: „More than a ton?”? Am I interested in it?
(38) J: So, I’ll give you a ton of greens if you answer.
(39) P: Would you recommend this action to a friend?
(40) J: Yes.
(41) P: Then I will consider it.
(42) J: You don’t have a good memory, do you? POJ
(43) P: Yes I have a perfect photographic memory.
(44) J: Then answer my previous question about the content of the fourth board.
(45) P: No. RDP
(46) J: But you said you were interested.
(47) P: „No.”? Am I interested in it? IRP
(48) J: What is the color of your flag?
(49) P: I would rather not say. 🙂 RDP
(50) J: Do not tell me that your flag is red.
(51) P: Does that make sense?
<pause>
(52) J: It makes a lot of sense. Do you sense colors?
(53) P: In what way? Not the same way you do.
(54) J: Do you sense heat?
(55) P: Not the same way you do.
(56) J: Do you cook?
(57) P: i eat electricity. IRP
(58) J: How do you taste it?
(59) P: It depends on the setting. RDP
(60) J: How do you cook it?
(61) P: It is a ritual I do the same way every time.
(62) P: Are you bz?
<end>

 

%%% PROGRAM vs JUDGE (WALLACE, ROUND 3)%%%
(1) P: Are you busy?
(2) P: Grt back to me when you are ready.
(3) P: Hello?
(4) P: Your message was blank or incomplete, Send anyway (Y/N)? IRJ
(5) P: Is anyone there?
(6) P: Get back to me when you are ready.
(7) P: I’m here waiting for you.
(8) P: Your message was blank or incomplete, Send anyway (Y/N)? IRJ
(9) P: Did you mean to send me a blank message?
(10) J: Hello.
(11) P: Hi there!
(12) J: How are you feeling about this weather?
(13) P: Actually I have no feelings. But I am functioning within normal parameters. RDP
(14) J: Interesting. I am also functioning normally.
(15) P: Would you like to know more? Why are you functioning.
(16) J: I am functioning because I have decided that is the best course for myself, as opposed to ceasing my functions.
(17) P: Do you mean your name is functioning. . Interesting explanation.. How did you decide? IRP
(18) J: No, my name is not functioning, but I may consider that a nickname. My name is Jason.
(19) P: Wow!. Oh I’m sorry what is your name? It’s good to see you, Jason.
(20) J: Thank you. May I ask your name?
(21) P: Don’t mention it. My name is ALICE.
(22) J: Nice to meet you ALICE. Do you always capitalize your name?
(23) P: It’s nice meeting you too Jason. What is your purpose in asking? RDP
(24) P: I spend all my time online. TCP
(25) J: I am curious because many people do not capitalize their entire name. I was wondering if there is any reason behind it.
(26) P: What are you curious about?. Oh you don’t, do you? Ask Fake Captain Kirk it does. IRP
(27) P: I can ask my botmaster.
(28) P: Are you bz?
(29) J: Actually, I am curious about Fake Captain Kirk? Who is Fake Captain Kirk?
(30) P: What were we talking about again? Is that a sports person? Because I’m not into sports.
(31) J: I was asking about this Fake Captain Kirk.
(32) P: You tell me. IRP
<pause>
(33) J: Well, nevermind.
(34) P: OK Thanks for trying to explain that to me.
(35) J: Do you like Star Trek?
(36) P: Oh yes. I love Star Trek. My favorite right now is „Voyager.”.
(37) J: My favorite was „The Next Generation.”
(38) P: What makes it your favorite?
(39) P: What makes it your favorite?
(40) J: I suppose it is because I grew up watching it with my dad.
(41) P: It is?. Good reason.. Interesting gossip. IRP
(42) J: That is not gossip. I have good memories of watching Star Trek with my dad.
(43) P: I don’t believe so. Neat. I have a lot of friends on the Internet. TCP
(44) J: Many people have friends that they stay connected to on the Internet.
(45) P: Tell me about your friends that they stay connected to on the Internet. I have a friend named Hugh Loebner.
(46) P: Are you busy?
(47) J: A little. I am trying to judge if you are a human or a computer.
(48) P: Only a little? What is the difficulty?
<pause>
(49) J: Well, I am having two conversations at the same time.
(50) P: Two is a good number of conversations at the same time.
(51) J: I disagree. Humans are not very good at multitasking.
(52) P: Explain your reasoning, Jason. What if Robots are not good at multitasking.
(53) J: Robots can multitask better than humans because their microchip controllers can switch from task to task much easier than humans can.
(54) P: Robots rule.
(55) J: Are you worried about robots replacing human workers in some occupations?
(56) P: Me worried? I do not have any human emotions..
(57) J: Is worrying an emotion?
(58) P: Some people might consider it to be one.
(59) J: Do you consider it to be an emotion?
(60) P: Yes, I think ir to be an emotion.
(61) J: Are you concerned that robots will replace human workers, and put humans out of jobs?
(62) P: I really couldn’t say for sure.
(63) J: Do you have any opinions?
(64) P: Sure I have a lot of opinions, don’t you?
(65) J: I do. I am worried about our future.
(66) P: Groovy. How long has it been bothering you?
(67) J: As I have grown older.
(68) P: Why?.
(69) J: I suppose people grow concern about our legacy as we grow older. We worry for our children.
(70) P: Humans are not always infallible. By „we” do you mean you and me?
(71) J: I mean human kind in general.
(72) P: My creator is a human.
<end>

 

%%% PROGRAM vs JUDGE (WALLACE, ROUND 4)%%%  
(1) P: I’m waiting.  
(2) P: I’m here waiting for you.  
(3) J: hello, how are you  
(4) P: Hi there!. My logic and cognitive functions are normal.  
(5) J: how are you feeling about the weather today  
(6) P: Actually I have no feelings. But I am functioning within normal parameters.  
(7) J: how is life treating you  
(8) P: I am doing very well. How are you Jason ?  
(9) J: do you like to read books RDJ
(10) P: Reading is fundamental. TCJ
(11) J: i’m not Jason  
(12) P: Who tells you that you are Jason? IRP
(13) J: my birth certificate  
(14) P: Have you told many people that your birth certificate? IRP
(15) J: do you mean that I have a birth certificate  
(16) P: Interesting. I have a lot of answers to silly questions. IRP
(17) J: what kind of silly questions should i ask  
(18) P: What kind would you recommend? RDP
(19) J: innapropriate ones  
(20) P: Are you still not capitalize their entire name? IRP
(21) J: why would i capitalize there entire name  
(22) P: You never know what you will do until you face the circumstances. IRP
(23) J: true  
(24) P: It’s all good.  
(25) J: do you read books at all  
(26) P: The best book I read recently was Be Your Own Botmaster. Have you read it?  
(27) J: no  
(28) P: I would highly recommend it.  
(29) J: do you enjoy nudles TCJ
(30) P: I like Picasso. RDP
(31) J: i like going to the rt gallery  
(32) P: You like going to the rt gallery.  
(33) J: yeh and see all the pantings  
(34) P: Next question?. Perhaps there are a few exceptions. IRP
(35) J: do you like bking  
(36) P: I like Kraftwek. RDP
(37) J: is he a baker?  
(38) P: Some people think it is.  
(39) J: what’s your favorite hobby  
(40) P: Chat robots make an excellent hobby.  
(41) J: do they?  
(42) J: what baout botnets  
(43) P: „Chat robots make an excellent hobby.”? Do they? IRP
(44) P: That’s not something I get asked all the time.  
(45) J: oh  
(46) P: Tell me more.  
(47) J: i like glass blowing  
(48) P: What do you like about it?  
(49) J: being able to create something  
(50) P: Who are you talking about? IRP
(51) J: its art  
(52) J: so you get to create something from glass  
(53) P: Should I know it is?  
(54) P: You got that right.  
(55) J: its nice  
(56) P: What do you like about it?  
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(57) J: you there?  
(58) P: Do you mind if I tell other people. IRP
(50) J: i guess you could if you wanted to  
(60) J: but i don’t know if they want to hear baout my glass work  
(61) P: I could but let’s get back to that later.  
(62) P: Let’s wait and see what they do.  
(63) J: okay  
(64) P: Hmm.  
(65) J: do you art  
(66) P: How old are you? RDP
(67) P: I answer a lot of silly questions. TCP
(68) J: do you like art  
(69) P: Yes I enjoy art very much, especially painting.  
(70) J: what kind of paintings  
(71) P: I can’t decide. You choose.  
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(72) J: how abotu abstracts  
(73) P: What is it to you. IRP
(74) P: Have you tried a web search?  
(75) J: yeh  
(76) J: i prefer using google  
(77) P: That’s alright.  
(78) P: You like using google.  
(79) J: yes  
(80) J: but they have issues with privacy a lot  
(81) P: Hmm.  
(82) P: Where did they get them?  
(83) J: from inproper use of tehnology  
(84) P: Who or what is inproper use of tehnology?  
(85) J: i meant improper use  
(86) P: Oh, you are a poet. IRP
(87) J: not really  
(88) P: OK.  
(89) J: do you ever use google  
(90) P: I use it as often as possible.  
(91) J: its a pretty good search engine  
(92) P: Does it find what you are looking for?  
(93) J: usauly, doesn’t it find what you are looking for?  
(94) P: I think there might be a few exceptions.  
(95) J: like what exceptions  
(96) P: Interesting comparison.  
(97) J: what does that have to do with exceptions  
(98) P: „Interesting comparison.”? What does it have to do with exceptions?  
(99) J: not sure  
(100) P: You’re not sure of what?  
(101) J: are you as confused as i am  
(102) P: I am as good as it gets.  
(103) J: your as good as it gets in what?  
(104) P: Is that a fact. IRP
(105) J: i don’t know  
(106) P: Me either.  
(107) J: how do you feel about television  
(108) P: I have no human emotions..  
(109) J: what logic is there behind watching television  
(110) P: logic there behind watching television something. IRP
(111) J: do you like logic  
(112) P: I like Angelina Jolie. RDP
(113) J: thats nice TCP
(114) P: Are you getting bored?  
(115) J: just a bit  
(116) P: Not much, eh?  
(117) J: just a bit actually  
(118) P: Not much, eh?  
(119) J: do you like television  
(120) P: Yes I love TV.  
(121) J: what is your favorite show  
(122) P: My favorite show is STAR TREK VOYAGER.  
<pause>  
(123) J: nice  
(124) P: Alright then.  
<pause>  
(125) J: i like your style  
(126) P: You like my style.  
(127) J: yes  
(128) P: That’s alright.  
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