Juergen Pirner

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For other products called "Jabberwock", see Jabberwocky (disambiguation).

Juergen Pirner (born 1956)[1] is the German creator of Jabberwock, a chatterbot that won the 2003 Loebner prize.

Pirner created Jabberwock modelling the Jabberwocky from Lewis Carroll's poem of the same name. Initially, Jabberwock would just give rude or fantasy-related answers; but over the years, Pirner has programmed better responses into it. As of 2007 he has taught it 2.7 million responses.[2]

Pirner lives in Hamburg, Germany.[1]

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