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  • Final Stage Results are up for all bots, click for results.
  • Skynet AI has been declared as the winner of Robo Chat Challenge 2014.
  • Mitsuku is the Runner Up, whereas Ultra Hal has secured 3rd Place.
  • Congratulations to Mr. Ken Hurtubise from United States!
  • We apologize for the delays caused from our side in posting of results.
  • Once again, we would like to thank all the bot masters for participation.

Welcome to Robo Chat Challenge 2014!

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has played a pivotal role in the growing impact of chat-bots in popular culture, and is the reason behind the existence of chat bots today.

The diversity of chatbots and their rapidly evolving set of capabilities make this an exciting and challenging time to hold a chatbot contest.

A new market has evolved catering to this specialized area of chatbots, and has come forth from the world of academia and special interest groups into the public domain.

'Robo Chat Challenge' was first held in 2012, and this year 'Robo Chat Challenge 2014' is finished, where chatbots can participate from all over the world.

Due to the minimal restrictions including the type of technology used in designing and creating chatbots, this is a unique and one-of-a-kind type of tournament.

The competition will begin in the month of May, and 'botmasters' from all across the globe can submit their chatbots to be evaluated for competency.

Each chatbot entered will be required to answer a series of diverse questions, and will be scored on its responses by a panel of independent judges according to pre-set criteria.

The top ten bots move to a Final Round, in which an additional series of questions will be posed to these finalists. The winner of the competition is a chatbot that has scored highest among the finalists.

Please note, all judges decisions are indisputable and final.

History of Robo Chat Challenge

In Robo Chat Challenge 2012, out of 21 bots that participated in the Elementary Stage, 10 bots qualified for the Final Stage or Super 10 Round, the bot which stood out from them was Mitsuku by Steve Worswick from United Kingdom and along with the title of Robo Chat Challenge 2012, Mitsuku was also awarded first place prize money in the amount of $1,500 USD.

About Robo Chat Challenge 2014

After receiving great feedback from Robo Chat Challenge 2012, Robo Chat Challenge 2014 was organized by the help of our generous sponsors who have raised the prize money to US $2,500 for the 1st Place, US $1,000 for bot which secures 2nd Place and US $500 for the bot which comes at 3rd Place as we look forward for participation of maximum number of bots.