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ALICE

Short for Artificial Linguistic Computer Entity, an open source, natural language chatbot that relies on artificial intelligence for human interaction.

ALICE is programmed with AIML (Artificial Intelligence Markup Language), a XML specification for programming chat bots. Its simplicity and ease-of-use allows non-programmers, who have some HTML experience, to create their own chat bots. With AIML, developers can create customized chat bots with unique personalities and areas of expertise.







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