Robby Garner (b. 1963) is a natural language programmer and software developer. He won the 1998 and 1999 Loebner Prize Contests with the program called Albert One. Albert One is still a superior program to anything Garner has developed since, even though only a handful of people have actually seen it or conversed with it. A derivative program called Albert2 was written as an attempt to get a similar variety of response methods as a single executable program. Albert2 was made available briefly from Garner's web page, but soon became the prototype for HuMimics' "Web One" and was eventually abandoned by Garner when HuMimics closed down in 2003.
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