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it is a small milestone in human history to have produced a machine that can do this." - Andrew Brown in The Darwin Wars. When I was an undergraduate in 1989 I hooked up an Artificial Intelligence "chatbot" called "MGonz" to the Internet, with interesting results.For many years I told people about it, and there was always a certain amount of interest.One of the things that made MGonz successful was the element of surprise.

This goes back to an "Eliza" AI chat program (see What is an "Eliza" program?

) that I wrote in early 1987, in the 2nd year of my undergraduate degree at University College Dublin, Ireland.

In 1995 I finally got around to setting up this page to tell everyone about it.

MGonz is finally written up as a book chapter: Humphrys, Mark (2008), "How my program passed the Turing Test", Chapter 15 of Parsing the Turing Test: Philosophical and Methodological Issues in the Quest for the Thinking Computer, Robert Epstein, Gary Roberts and Grace Beber (eds.), Springer, 2008.

Some coverage of AOLiza: Finally, I wrote the program when I was 18.

Some of the more conservative Web filtering programs would regard that as a minor and hence would have denied me the right to look at my own creation! So where does this name come from, people have asked.

05/02/89 :5 * ah type something interesting or shut up 05/02/89 From SOMEONE at DRAKE: you type slow is that why you have all those stupid 05/02/89 :4 sayings on command like that last one?

05/02/89 MGonz is finally written up as a book chapter: Humphrys, Mark (2008), "How my program passed the Turing Test", Chapter 15 of Parsing the Turing Test: Philosophical and Methodological Issues in the Quest for the Thinking Computer, Robert Epstein, Gary Roberts and Grace Beber (eds.), Springer, 2008.

In 2000, AOLiza returned to the element of surprise on the AOL Instant Messenger system.

Like my program, and unlike the Loebner test, users do not expect to be talking to a machine.

Eventually, I wrote to the sacred address and found that MGONZ was the account of one Manuel Gonzales from Barcelona, who did a Ph D at the Experimental Physics Dept c.1988 - supervisor Peter Mitchell - and had since returned to Spain, leaving behind his account which was being used as a sort of group account by his former colleagues.