This is intended to be a historically accurate re-implementation of Weizenbaum's famous 1966 program ELIZA, runnable on the Living Computer Museum's recently restored 1967 CDC mainframe computer. Museum visitors (and people elsewhere in the world, who log in to the mainframe remotely via the Internet) not only will be able to have a conversation with the program's simulated AI, but also will be able to "teach" it new responses, as Weizenbaum originally intended, using Weizenbaum's original syntax.
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