Introduction/Explanation Edit

Bot Libre is a free open source platform for artificial intelligence, chat bots, virtual agents, live chat, and



Bot Libre allows you to create your own artificially intelligent chat bot, train them, and share them with others. You are free to use the project and website for personal, or commercial usage.

You can give your bot its own 3D animated avatar, connect it to Twitter, Facebook, Telegram, Slack, SMS, email, or IRC chat.
‣You can train your bot through chatting with it, or using chat logs.
‣You can program your bot using AIML or Self (a 4g state machine scripting language).
‣You can import data from the web into your bot's memory, such as words from Wiktionary, or information from Freebase or WikiData.
‣You can create a bot to act as your website virtual agent.
‣You can create a bot to provide customer service or technical support for your products or services.
‣You can create a bot to give advice.
‣You can create a bot to act as a stand-in for yourself.
‣You can create a bot to be your friend.

About Edit

The Bot Libre project is open source and hosted on GitHub, and SourceForge. The project includes the AI engine written in Java, a JavaScript SDK, Android SDK, and iOS SDK.

The Bot Libre website is hosted by Paphus Solutions Inc.

Features Edit

The Bot Libre website has tons of features, like:

  • Forums
  • Scripts
  • Live Chats (with bots)
  • Graphics


  • Issue Tracking.

Forums Edit

Forums on Bot Libre can be like most forums. Own posts and categories, but in Bot Libre. You can have your own forums depending on Bots, and more.

Scripts Edit

The scripts are mainly for the bots you program on the site. These can be made with AIML, and Self again. There are various scripts to use on the site, like My Name is or Math.

Live Chats Edit

The live chats are just people or you just talking to the bots. Nothing special.

Graphics Edit

The graphics are just graphics for the bots you create.

Issue Tracker Edit

The issue tracker is questions or Issues the users have for Paphus. It is mostly questions and bugs.


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