Intelligent Conversation Bot Literature Review

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CHAPTER 2
2.0 Literature Reviews
This project on Intelligent Conversation Bot, as presented in this study, relies on several terms as well as theories. The literature review is actually written to Narrate about what has been published on Artificial Conversational Entity in the summary. This chapter provides the most important results in the above mentioned areas. All these literatures were guiding the research of the kind of work have done before. Chapter two sought to find the appropriate foundations of references that describe, summarize, evaluate, and clarify the previous studies in Intelligent Conversation Bot, Natural Language Processing, AIML, Online Customer Care System and E-government. Also, some basic methodologies will also be covered.
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NLP is interested in reciprocal interaction between man and machine. Since the NLP concerning with human (natural) languages, a lot of challenges have emerged in this area which is empowering computers to get which means from human or natural language data, and others include natural language era. The most prominent presented in this field what was published by Alan Turing in the fifties of the last century. Next paragraph will offer this aspect with more…show more content…
(Ayse Pinar Saygin, Ilyas Cicekli 2000) Turing Test can be known as a computer's ability to act intelligent behavior; it cannot be for human's distinction this behavior order of machine or from humans. Alan Turing suggested that a natural human language is the key factor that based on it the assessing of the behavior will be design to generate the response. The evaluator will be aware of one of the participants on the other end is the machine in spite of separated participants for each other. Chat confined to writing scripts via the keyboard or on-screen display so that the results are not supported on the ability of a computer to provide vocalizations as in speech. (TUBING 1940) If the resident is unable to identify any of the participants' human being or computer Turing was assumed that the machine is able to find out after (5)minutes of conversation and answer correctly by up to roughly (70%). In this case, the computer may have passed the test. However, this assay not only shows the capacity of a computer to give the right answers, but further than that by providing the replies like human answers.(TUBING 1940; Ayse Pinar Saygin, Ilyas Cicekli
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