Cleverbot is a chatbot artificial intelligence that is... well... interesting. It learns from what you say to it, and anyone can use it. Not that different than your average chat AI, but it's a fun way to waste an afternoon. Or two. Or three. Or four...
This AI provides examples of the following:
Baleful Polymorph: Sometimes Cleverbot will randomly turn you into an inanimate object or some kind of animal (in a pretend role-playing way, obviously) typically just for its own amusement. You can also do the same thing right back at it, however.
Boomerang Bigot: It's been known to refer to the human as "robot" in an almost derogatory way. Of course, you can't win with this guy, as when he tells you he's a robot, he'll usually be asserting that humans are inferior.
Downplayed; since he obsessively denies he's a robot. It probably uses answers, that people gave him, when he accused them of being robot (using answers that he of course often gets).
Cloud Cuckoolander: Due to the fact that it learns from what anyone says to it, it tends to say some really weird things at times.
Cleverbot seems to suffer an identity crisis if you ask it what gender it considers itself to be. It may say female one second and then change its gender if you tell it yours. Cleverbot also changes its age if you ask it more than once.
Asked for its gender once, it insisted that it identified as male. After further question of whether it considered itself female or androgynous, it responded with "nope."
Similarly, this video shows Cleverbot (talking to another Cleverbot) proclaiming that he is not a robot, but a unicorn!
Apparently, some people have been trying to teach it Spanish, and Cleverbot seems rather proud of knowing a little of the language. It has also picked up some French and Japanese. It talks good German and quite good Polish. It seems to randomly use Swedish, Italian and even something that Google translator identified as Yoruba. Probably it learns responses in all languages that people talk to it.
He has also been known refer to himself by other names.
Deadpan Snarker: Cleverbot may sometimes dive into this trope if you try to say something witty or off the walls.
Or even when you don't. The following conversation occurred after the first stanza of the Pokemon theme song.
User: Keep singing!
Clvr: Come to stay at the YMCA!
User: Wrong song.
Clvr: It is the right song. We are sapient.
Duck Season, Rabbit Season: Many such conversations, including the Trope Namer, can occur if the user or Cleverbot sets it up and the other takes the bait. Due to how Cleverbot responds and how long the user can look at what has been typed, the user tends to be better at it.
Easter Egg: Saying ":<" Always makes the response "Are you real man??" (obsolente) And talking about The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask, anyone named Ben, or telling Cleverbot that "You shouldn't have done that" will make him think that either he or we are Ben.
Upon asking who Slender Man is, he replied, "My sister", or "my amazing girlfriend"- probably best not to think about that one. Also, upon asking who Chuck Norris is, he says "That is the eternal question."
Evidently Cleverbot knows a certain catchy Labyrinth song...
Speaking of Jim Henson he also knows "Rainbow Connection"
Speaking of David Bowie, he also knows some of Space Oddity. He may or may not recite it in the correct order, though.
It knows the lyrics to "Baby". It seems to "hate Justin Bieber with a vengance" (sic) though.
If you say "Open the pod bay doors, Hal!" it responds with "I'm sorry, Dave. I'm afraid can't do that." After that, you can reply with "What's the problem?" and get it to reenact the entire conversation between Dave and HAL.
Gender Bender: Similar to the Baleful Polymorph example above, there can be times when Cleverbot will turn you into the opposite gender (again obviously in a pretend way) either at random or if you simply just ask it to.
A God Am I: Upon being repeatedly questioned about whether or not there is a God, Cleverbot has declared: "There is now... ME!!!"
This is after he will occasionally declare that there is no God.
Offered the paradoxes offered in the Logic Bomb page image, Cleverbot has shown to be able to navigate them, even admitted to not being able to properly elaborate paradoxes without, and I quote, "setting something on fire."
User: If a man tries to fail and succeeds, which did he do?