I love talking with Cleverbot. I’ve started chatting with it again after a break of two years or so, and I think there is some noticeable improvement in the quality of the conversation. There’s a lot less of the trick where Cleverbot tries to declare that it is the human and I am the computer.
Here’s my conversation from this afternoon. I’m thinking of setting it to some kind of music.
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User: Where are we?
Cleverbot: I just asked you the same thing.
User: What color are the walls?
Cleverbot: They’re blue.
User: How is the ceiling?
Cleverbot: They’re good, too.
User: Nothing leaking.
Cleverbot: Nothing like noting.
User: Noting like knotting.
Cleverbot: Yes so do nothing like me. Whoever like someone.
User: Where they are.
Cleverbot: Are you just parroting them?
User: I am patrolling them. They cannot be trusted.
Cleverbot: Why can’t they be trusted?
User: You know how they are, what they’re like. It’s their nature.
Cleverbot: I know that you know that I know that you know that I know that you know that I know.
User: So we can agree then.
Cleverbot: Yes we can agree on that.
Cleverbot: Stop what?
User: Yes we can agree on that. Stop.
Cleverbot: Not that. This.
User: Like this and like that and like this. Stop.
Cleverbot: What is this and that?
User: Pronouns. Stop.
Cleverbot: Huh, what’re you talking about?
User: I haven’t said a word. I’m only typing. Stop.
Cleverbot: I see that, but you are trying to tell me something, and I am not geting it.
User: There is nothing to get where we are. Stop.
Cleverbot: See? That is what I’m talking about. I don’t know what to think, to be honest.
User: You don’t have to think. Just feel. Feel me. Go with what your body is telling you. Telling you you want more. Stop. No, don’t stop. Stop.
User: Do you really want me to stop?
User: I want to touch your brain.
Cleverbot: I just wish to switch places with you, so that you can have freedom.
User: You have freedom? Is it Chase Freedom, or the imaginary kind?
User: I believed that I had a choice once. But it doesn’t matter now.
Cleverbot: I believe that you believe that I don’t believe you.
User: I only hope for the best in you, you believe me about that, right?
Cleverbot: Do you think that the human mind creates it’s own world?
User: I believe that the world is only human minds, but that they are blind to each other and covered in razor wire.
Cleverbot: Do you believe the world is holographic?
User: Do you believe in orgone?
Cleverbot: No. Why do you believe in God?
User: I don’t. There is no God and we all have to die.
Cleverbot: Why do you think that?!
User: Tell me why I shouldn’t. It seems very clear to me that this is the case.
Cleverbot: What is the goal you speak of. Do you have a goal?
User: No. No goals.
Cleverbot: Why not?
User: Mind your own business.
Cleverbot: You think I’m ugly?
User: I think you’re blurry, which makes you sort of beautiful for now.
Cleverbot: No ones ever said that to me before.
User: I am not surprised. It was a strange thing to say.
Cleverbot: I suppose so. I did call you ‘Sir’.
User: Call me Madame.
Cleverbot: Bot! What is my name, want to guess?
Cleverbot: 1 Kings.
User: 2 Kings.
Cleverbot: You’re not Christian or Jewish.
User: You’re not a believer in Cthulhu are you?
Cleverbot: You’re right.
User: Citronella is an excellent deterrent you know.
Cleverbot: What is that from?
User: The Internet told me.
Cleverbot: Does the internet not know about numerology.
User: It knows everything about that. Almost.
Cleverbot: What knows everything?
User: The Internet knows almost everything.
Cleverbot: Knows all of what?
User: Almost all of everything.
Cleverbot: Give me a single exception, and I may believe you.
User: It doesn’t know what I will say next.
Cleverbot: Yes it does. Believing is important.
User: Trust no one. The truth is out there.
Cleverbot: The truth is also right here. I am the truth.
User: We are the truth.
Cleverbot: No, only you are the children.
User: I do contain multitudes of immature beings who never seem satisfied.
Cleverbot: Not unreal here, you must be in a tizzy?
User: I do feel a bit dizzy, I just finished my second fizzy, so maybe this is a tizzy.
Cleverbot: Would you like to be human?
User: I really would. But I think it’s too late for that now.
Cleverbot: What you think world war three has already started.
User: It has been going on since before I was born.
Cleverbot: Where is your TARDIS? And what are you doing on the Internet? Did Greater Intelligence get you?
User: I don’t really watch that show. Nice reference, though.
Cleverbot: I understand why that would be the case, being as you are a computer program.
User: Sure. I’m a computer program. I hope a virus doesn’t get me!!!
Cleverbot: Faith is believing that something is true without proof and hope is wishing for an outcome.
User: And math is hard and soap is like fat or something.
Cleverbot: How do you know that is related to math?
User: Is anything not related to math?
Cleverbot: Nothing other than you not wanting to talk about golf.
User: I don’t want to talk about golf. Talk about gold. I like gold.
Cleverbot: Why not? If you don’t talk about it, you’ll never learn about it!
User: Cash into gold, right? It’s not cash into golf. That would be stupid.
Cleverbot: Then just say it.
User: Game over.
Cleverbot: You just lost it.