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An interviewee, ‘Anthony’, told Turkle that he had tried having girlfriends but preferred his relationship with his computer.“That quotation hit me like a brick wall,” says Levy.
“I thought – if a smart guy could think like that in 1984, I wonder how much the concept of human-computer emotional relationships has developed since then.”A great deal is the answer.
He is in fact the only person to win it in two separate decades.
The goal is to build what’s known as a large “common sense knowledge base’’ developed from the contributions of many thousands of people across the web.“We employ Word Net to provide Do-Much-More with certain useful linguistic data about words, helping us to generate responses that generally appear to be natural in terms of word association,’’ says Levy. But once enough people use it you have a kind of bandwagon effect.Our second generation chatbot does even more, and was therefore given the working name Do-Much-More.’’Do-Much-More delivers a significant leap in performance relative to the original Do-A-Lot software.That leap has been achieved by retaining the original strengths of Do-A-Lot, enhancing its power by extending its system of “variables” (word types) and its morphology (for example by the inclusion of phrasal verbs), and increasing the sophistication of its response generation system through the use of two important lexical resources that have been developed within the Computational Linguistics community in the academic world: Word Net and Concept Net.We already have intimate data on the internet, but we still don’t feel that we can really know somebody online.There’s something missing between the experience of making a Skype call and meeting someone.