The Story of ELIZA, the First Chatbot Developed In The 1960s | MR JOURNALISM

‘ if a human says that ‘My mom cooks great food’, ELIZA would get the word ‘mother’, and react by asking an open-ended question, ‘Tell me more about your family’. This created an illusion of understanding and having an interaction with a real human being, however, the procedure was a mechanized one.’

Conversational computing has its roots in 1966, reports MARKET RESEARCH JOURNALISM in a brief recounting of chatbot history. The earliest versions used pre-programmed responses to keywords in a user’s question.

Other forerunners of modern intelligent assistants included PARRY, RACTER, and JABBERWACKY.

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The Story of ELIZA, the First Chatbot Developed In The 1960s
MR JOURNALISM | September 12, 2019 | by Dorothy Crotts

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