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May 11, 2022, 5:31 a.m. | Aleksandr Perevalov

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Do people talk differently to chatbots than they do to the other people?

Often, machine learning approaches and, of course, rule-based approaches are used to create virtual assistants. Both (mostly machine learning) rely on input data, which is usually human dialogs. This does not take into account the factor that users of dialog systems will not communicate with them in the same way as with real people.

In this article, I will consider our experiment on statistical analysis of the …

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