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The 19th annual edition of ‘The First Turing Test’, called Loebner Prize Contest, was held in 2009 in Brighton, UK.

The task for the human judges is to recognize chatbot responses and distinguish them from conversations with humans.

If the judges cannot reliably distinguish the chatbot from the human, the chatbot is said to have passed the test.

However, such a bot is not “your own”, though there are certain degrees of configuration that help to personalise your bot.

Only a small portion of fanatic botmasters manage to fight their way out of the crowd and get some visibility in the public domain. By clicking on this link you will be asked to provide the name of your chatbot, define your chatbot’s role and create its personality.

The term Chatbot is actually the most popular amongst these three terms and has the broadest meaning. To create your own chatbot, you have to be familiar with PHP scripting language, My SQL database management, and a chatbot engine - AIML interpreter.

Chatbot, when it plays its role as a virtual representative of an enterprise, is widely used by businesses outside of the US, primarily in the UK, The Netherlands, Germany and Australia. There are several AIML interpreters, for example PHP AIML interpreter (Program O), Python AIML Interpreter (Py AIML), and Java AIML Interpreter (Chatterbean).

In order for you to be able to alter the responses your chatbot give to any given input, you need to have at least a basic understanding of how AIML works.