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“There are millions of people out there who, for one reason or another, cannot establish good relationships.”And when does he think this might come about?“I think we’re talking about the middle of the century, if you are referring to a robot that many people would find appealing as a companion, lover, or possible spouse.”Levy, a former Chess Master who represented Scotland, developed his interest in computing while studying at St Andrews university and later as a computer science postgraduate at the University of Glasgow, where he taught his students to program.He is in fact the only person to win it in two separate decades.

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.

“And we employ Concept Net to provide Do-Much-More with real-world commonsense information so that Do-Much-More sometimes appears not only to understand what the user is saying but also to know something about the subject.’’“There were these businessmen with these bricks and you thought it so geeky and who’d ever want to use that? Now, sure you can choose not to have a mobile phone, but because everyone else has got one, it’s become the new social norm.

So I think a lot of these technologies will become like that – including robotics and mixed reality and all these things that people initially might find a ­little bit scary.’’Correction: An earlier version of this article stated that David Levy was the only person to win the Loebner prize twice.

And this is where transmitting the other senses is so ­important.”Levy, 69, and Cheok, 42, have teamed up to work on a new “chat agent” – software that can understand and respond to natural human language and speech.

The project, named I-Friend, will be based on artificial intelligence software that won Levy and his team the Loebner prize for a second time in 2009.“It could, for example, be an upmarket toy such as a furry animal or a creature from another planet; or a web avatar that repeatedly turns the conversation to discuss a company and its products; or a mobile app such as a virtual girlfriend or boyfriend.”Cheok adds: “In the first instance, it could probably replace all the phone sex for which people for some reason pay very high rates.” Ultimately, however, the aim would be for it to be “used in robots for artificial love and sex chat”.“When I started out,” says David Levy, international chess champion and expert in artificial intelligence, “I didn’t know anything about artificial vaginas.It is quite extraordinary how much interest there is in that subject.”, is perhaps the fullest exploration of the future of humans and robots, especially their interaction in the bedroom.“ELIZA did very little but caused a stir at the time and is well documented in the Artificial Intelligence literature.Our first chatbot program had the name Do-A-Lot because it did more than ELIZA.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.

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