Some people find Peter Answers amusing. I have actually used a program similar to Peter Answers in 1996. It was actually saved on a floppy disk and just like Peter Answers, that program (which was designed for use in the field of Psychology) has preset answers. In fact the difference between that program and Peter Answers is that, you as the user answers the program’s questions. In Peter Answers, the program answers your questions.
Peter Answers does not aim to answer all questions in a logical way. Some answers of Peter are humorous and illogical. But hey, it’s so much fun playing with a script that seems to answer some questions in a logical way. At some point, Peter Answers also was able to answer our queries accurately which is perhaps due tot he probable answers provided by the programmer in popular questions such as “How much money do I have?” or “What are the things ony my desk?”
If you want to test Peter Answers, feel free to try it. Don’t just expect that this program can answer all your questions appropriately. It’s just a program written in Java. But maybe it could provide you a feeling that you’re talking to a real human being. Cool!