JEliza is among the "GNU General Public License" standing program that attempts to simulate an artificial intelligence, and thus enables the user to his PC "notify", JEliza was written in Java and C ++ and is based on the model "Eliza" on which was written in 1966 by Joseph Weizenbaum. But unlike Weizenbaum's program JEliza is adaptive and is in constant development. If the user communicates with JEliza via text input, JEliza analyzes the structure of the sentence and studied in an arbitrarily extensible knowledge base for matching response rates.