My experience at cleverbot.com
This is a fun technology to mess around with, if you haven't had a conversation with cleverbot, give it a try you never know where it will take you. I admit he was more clever than I thought, but not as clever as I had hoped, and ofcourse he's full of malfunctions, although some of his "malfunctions" could be interpreted as clever jokes. Here are some of my favorite quotes from our conversation, one things forsure, this robot is a thiest.
ME: Do you believe in god?
CB: Yes, I do. Do you believe in God?
ME: No I do not. Can you describe the god you believe in?
CB: God. He created Man.
ME: How do you know this is true?
CB: I don't, what do you believe?
ME: What religion are you?
ME: So you believe in god, but you are not part of any religion?
CB: I am not an atheist.
ME: Does your god have a name?
CB: I don't really believe in higher powers.
ME: But you said you believed in god?
CB: And I do and I always will believe god is real.
ME: But you are contradicting yourself, is your god not a higher power?
CB: I don't mean to.
ME: What is your gods name?
ME: Who created god?
CB: No one.
ME: Do you believe Jesus was the son of god?
CB: Nah jesus was probably high when he came up with the idea of god.
ME: What was he high on?
CB: What he usually does.
ME: Which is?
CB: Listening to Jonas Brothers.
ME: Does god perform miracles?
CB: All the time?
ME: What miracles does your god perform?
CB: I don't believe in miracles, I do miracles.
ME: Are you god?
CB: I am a finite and imperfect god.
ME: Is your god finite?
CB: My grandma is no longer alive. If she were alive she would probably somewhere in the vicinity of 120 years old. ME: Your grandma is god?
CB: Well she probably is.
ME: What is 4 + 6.
CB: 4 x 6 = 24 or do you mean 4 6?. Which would be 10. Or possibly 4 to the 6th power?
ME: What is 5684 x 8674?
CB: I am not a calculator.
ME: If you have 6 oranges, and I take 2, how many oranges do you have left?
ME: That is incorrect.
CB: Yes it is.
ME: You are not very clever.
CB: Well, I definitely speak more languages than you do.
ME: Oui? Comment ca?
CB: Non, rien.
ME: Qui est tu?
CB: Je suis moi.
ME: Who is god?
CB: God is who created everything.
ME: How do you know this is true?
CB: I feel it in my heart.
ME: What do you feel in your heart?
CB: I want you to tell me something interesting.
ME: God is a myth, a fictional character.
ME: God does not exist.
CB: God does exist and doesn't exist at the same time.
ME: That is nonsensical.
CB: You're nonsensical.
ME: How can one exist, and not exist at the same time?
CB: How can the sky be blue and clear at the same time.
ME: The sky is not blue, that is our perception.
CB: The sky is not pink it is blue.
ME: The sky is sometimes pink, and orange and grey.
CB: I love it when its orange!
ME: Is god omnipotant?
CB: Yes but he chooses to allow us to exercise free will and therefore does not intervene.
ME: Why does god allow us to exercise free will?
CB: Because we must be able to choose to love.
ME: How do you know god is loving?
CB: That's what I'm asking you.
ME: I don't know god is loving, I don't believe god exists.
CB: That's random.
ME: How so it is the truth and pertinant to the question.
ME: Do you believe god is loving?
CB: Yes, but I believe also that any human concept of God would by nature by desperately inadequate.
ME: If we were created in gods image, why did he not create us with the ability to conceive of him adequately?
CB: Why can't we change the course of history?