Designing a chat-bot that simulates an historical figure
|Designing a chat-bot that simulates an historical figure|
|Author(s)||Haller E., Rebedea T.|
|Published in||Proceedings - 19th International Conference on Control Systems and Computer Science, CSCS 2013|
|Keyword(s)||Chat-bot, Conversational Agent, Information Extraction, Parsing, Wikipedia (Extra: Chat-bot, Conversational agents, Human expert, Parsing, Plain text, Wikipedia, Computer science, Information retrieval, Control systems)|
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Designing a chat-bot that simulates an historical figure is a 2013 conference paper written in English by Haller E., Rebedea T. and published in Proceedings - 19th International Conference on Control Systems and Computer Science, CSCS 2013.
There are many applications that are incorporating a human appearance and intending to simulate human dialog, but in most of the cases the knowledge of the conversational bot is stored in a database created by a human experts. However, very few researches have investigated the idea of creating a chat-bot with an artificial character and personality starting from web pages or plain text about a certain person. This paper describes an approach to the idea of identifying the most important facts in texts describing the life (including the personality) of an historical figure for building a conversational agent that could be used in middle-school CSCL scenarios.
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