Effective Date: 22 May 2008
Last Updated: 22 May 2008

Your Privacy

Any information you provide during the course of the conversation may be used for any purposes we wish. Please refrain from divulging confidential or sensitive information.

The Information We Collect

This notice applies to all information collected or submitted on allows you do carry on a conversation with a chatbot. No goods or services are sold and the site is currently of a non-commercial nature. The following information is collected:

  • anything you say during the course of the chatbot conversation
  • any comments or discussion you post to the blog
  • your IP address

The Way We Use Information

We currently any collected information to improve our chatbot, and do not release the logs to the public, but we may in the future allow public viewing of the conversation logs. As such, the user must consider anything s/he says to the chatbot as available for public consumption. Blog comments and discussion are viewable by the general public.

Our Commitment To Children’s Privacy

Protecting the privacy of the very young is especially important. our Terms of Use clearly state that no one under 18 is allowed to use this website without express consent of a parent or legal guardian.

How To Contact Us

Should you have other questions or concerns about these privacy policies, please leave a comment below.

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  1. To Mr. Embar

    Hello, my name is Michael Mroczka and I am a freshman in college looking into Artificial Intelligence as a career. Firstly, I must say that your work on chatbots is unparalleled, and is one of the coolest jobs in the world.

    Anyways, on to business. I just graduated highschool and don’t have too much experience with A.I. but would like to learn more. I am currently in a writing class and wanted to use this opportunity to learn more about chatbots. Is there any way I could interview you for a paper I’m writing? I know you must be very busy, working to get the next Loebner Prize, but if you could give me just a little bit of your time I would be incredibly grateful to you. If a phone interview would work better than emailing back and forth we certainly could do that as well. If you can’t find the time, thanks anyways, it is an privilege talking with you.

    -Michael Mroczka

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