This year's Loebner Prize contest ended without a winner again. The Gold and Silver medals in this real-world Turing Test have so far gone unclaimed. The Gold medal and a $100,000 prize go to the first program that is indistinguisable from a human during a conversation with a panel of judges communicating over a terminal. The Silver medal goes to the first program to convince half the judges that it's human. Each year a bronze medal is also awarded to the judges pick of the most human-like program. This year, as in 2000 and 2001, the bronze medal went to Richard Wallace for Alicebot.