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DOS - 1988

Also available on: Commodore 64

Alt names MyEliza, Meliza, MacEliza, Fred, Frank, Eliza: The Amazing Artificial Intelligence, ECC-Eliza, Dr. Sbaitso, Dr. Apple: Eliza, Doctor
Year 1988
Platform DOS
Released in United States (1988)
United States (1989)
United States (2005)
Genre Simulation
Theme Interactive Fiction, Meditative / Zen
Perspective Text-based / Spreadsheet
4.5 / 5 - 52 votes

Description of Eliza

A cool personal psychiatrist program shipped with Sound Blaster and Sound Blaster Pro, Dr. Sbaitso was designed to showcase digitized voices Sound Blaster card was able to produce.

Tell your problems or ask questions using standard parser (e.g. "Why does everyone hate me?") and the digital Dr. Sbaitso will intone various random bits of wisdom (e.g. "Tell me why") in broken mechanical voice. It's a neat little program that's good for a few laughs :)

Review By HOTUD

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Comments and reviews

Eric S 2021-10-09 0 point Commodore 64 version

The c64 version is german. :(

gg 2021-04-26 0 point

Eliza is about as useful as a real psychologist,

Greg 2020-11-30 0 point Commodore 64 version

The Commodore 64 version is not English. I think it's Dutch.

ok 2020-01-27 0 point

Is this the original Dr Sbaitso?

Robb 2019-01-20 1 point DOS version

When Eliza first came out I edited the (Basic) software text to make it relate to my customers' interest in recreational scuba. I called it "Dr Robb". They really loved it.

fran 2017-01-05 0 point

i hate my ex

Zion 2017-01-02 0 point

What does the fox say

thepuppueteer 2016-12-31 0 point

too cool

johannes 2016-11-09 0 point

Very good

JOHNP 2016-04-01 4 points

@FORDALULZ - as far as I know, Dawkins has written little about AI.
Saying a program written ~1963 proves AI won't work is odd. The people raising concerns, eg. Bostrom, have repeatedly said it is not a present danger but might be so in several decades and we need to think about the issues now.

MOZEREL 2016-01-17 0 point


luyanda 2015-03-21 0 point DOS version

You really come in handy

narenkutty 2014-10-07 1 point DOS version

sorry , help me for eliza software download method . b'coz it's a nice software.......i like it

narenkutty 2014-10-07 -1 point DOS version

u stupid

Erik 2014-09-08 2 points DOS version

@Fordalulz: I assume you are religious? Because otherwise i can't understand how someone would call it ridiciolus.

ForDaLulz 2014-06-04 -2 points DOS version

This really does highlight how ridiculous the entire science of AI/Artifical Consciousness really was - and still is. This is the kind of program that would give Richard Dawkins a boner.

Suppa 2014-05-24 0 point DOS version

it can run on any windows version even windows 7 or 8, with the help of "DOSBOX"

sj cool 2014-04-11 0 point DOS version

Nice game

muki baba 2014-04-04 0 point DOS version

can some one give me

anks 2014-03-26 0 point DOS version

I love how it interacts like real time

brykneval 2014-02-13 0 point DOS version

want to test it

kitten 2014-01-11 0 point DOS version

loverly and u?

sweet 2013-11-18 0 point DOS version

hy whats going on whats your name?

cat 2013-11-12 0 point DOS version


Gift 2013-07-06 0 point DOS version

How are u

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