Loebner Contest 2013 - Round

This website is hosted by Kent McClymont of the University of Exeter.

This is the webcast of the 2013 Loebner Prize.

The webcast for the 2013 Loebner Prize will begin here at 1:50pm on the 14th September 2013. New content should appear here from that time.

The webcast from last year's contest can be seen here.

The contest consists of 4 rounds of 4 conversations - the four conversations with four chatbots are shown below. When a new round is starting you will receive a notification at the top of the screen - please click on the link provided in this notification and the website will take you to the next round.

If you experience any problems viewing this site, please report these to k.mcclymont@exeter.ac.uk.

Each square of four panes represents two conversation between one judge and a human and an AI. The judge's questions appear in the bottom two panes. The responses of the human and AI appear in the top two panes but are deliberately not labelled. Can you tell the difference?

2013 Competition Results

Congratulations Mitsuku for winning the 2013 Loebner Prize.

1st Prize and the bronze medal was awarded to Mitsuku by Steve Worswick ($4,000).

2nd Prize was awarded to Tutor ($1,000)

3rd Prize was awarded to Rose ($750)

4th Prize was awarded to Izar ($250)

Competition Results from 2012

Congratulations Mohan Embar for winning the 2012 Loebner Prize.

1st Prize and the bronze medal was awarded to Chip Vivant by Mohan Embar ($5,000).

2nd Prize was awarded to Angela by Bruce Wilcox ($1,000)

3rd Prize was awarded to Adam by Daniel Burke ($750)

4th Prize was awarded to Linguo by M. Allan ($250)

Click here to see more information on the Loebner competition.