Many AIML sets are offered under the GPL or similar licenses. Please check the license for any AIML that you plan to use. We are grateful to all botmasters who make their AIML publicly available in this fashion.
The Standard AIML was based on Richard Wallace's A.L.I.C.E. AIML set (see below), from the Program B era. This is intended to become a generic AIML set, and will gradually be trimmed down to be a non-personality specific AIML set. It will contain various styles of AIML to give the botmaster several examples from which to learn.
Richard Wallace's A.L.I.C.E.
The original Loebner Prizewinner herself. These AIML files are actively maintained by Richard Wallace at his San Francisco headquarters. This is the same AIML used to power the original A.L.I.C.E. that you can talk to on this site!
From the site: "Anna is designed to [be] a bot capable of passing the Turing Test in the context of the Loebner Prize Competition. Anna is based on the work of ALICE. Alice won the Loebner prize in 2000 and 2001. Alice, however, does not stand a chance of passing the Turing Test. Why? Alice was designed for other uses, such as answering website questions. Alice, while being an excellent bot, can not pass the Turing test under the current paradigm. Thus, Anna is designed to take the Alice design and make it better. Anna has her own personality and her own life - Anna is becoming human."
Jean-Louis Campion's French AIML
This is a beta version of the French AIML used by Jean-Louis Campion's French bots, viewable at http://magisterludi.eisti.fr/AliceBot.
This is Christian Droßmann's famous German AIML. This version is provided by Christian as "standalone", meaning that it does not need to be supplemented with other AIML.
Utuomo Muhammad Isa has provided this link to his set of Indonesian AIML. This is still a work in progress. For more information about Alicebot efforts in Bahasa Indonesia, see the Indonesian Alice mailing list.
Maria: Italian AIML
Sandro Pons provides this Italian AIML set.
mr.luc wrote: ... i wonder which one i should install first.. obviously some templates will get overwritten.
std, alice, anna?
or an other sequence...
zemaj wrote: You don't need to remove duplicates, the system won't load them twice. Just load ALICE then load ANNA on top. You choose overwrite if you want your bot to respond more like ANNA and no overwrite if you want her to respond more like ALICE.