Data Formats for Storing Knowledge in Conversational Algorithms

Jozef Kapusta, Dominik Halvonik


The conversational algorithms or so-called “chatbots” have been significantly presented in the field of information science since 1964. The first coherent conversational algorithm with competence in fully interactive communication with the human being was discovered within that period of time. It was designed by Joseph Weizenbaum and named ELIZA. Our paper is aimed to analyse existing ways of solving these problems  and to asses their functionality first. Then the testing and summarizing of each individual implementation based on AIML follows for the purpose of selecting  the optimal technological platform for implementation of the conversational agent. Finally,  coming out of the findings, we evaluate the potential  of this field of AI with regard to the aplication  in practice during  the particular  next  years.

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