Anna is a set of AIML (Artificial Intelligence Markup Language) files that constitute a chat bot. Unlike other Chat Bots, Anna declares herself to be human, and then has a past, personality, and identity built up from there. Anna is designed to win the 2002 Loebner Prize Competition, and is based on the landmark work of the ALICE AI foundation.
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Release Notes: This release includes the files used at the 2002 Loebner Prize Competition. Major fixes since the last release include editing to several important files and a new system to respond to "hello" queries.
Release Notes: This release includes the new topics.aiml intended to make topic matching better, and lots of minor tweaks and fixes. The Web server should again be fully functional.
Release Notes: All references to being a bot have been removed. There were also some minor bugfixes and better handling for "obvious" questions.
Release Notes: All instances of <bot have now been completely removed, and more about Anna's personality has been added.
Release Notes: Lots of fixes were made to various files, along with a major change for using the bundle on Linux.