Robots are machines that have physically similar appearance a human and perform various complex acts -such as walking or talking- of a human being, according to definition of dictionary (Robot, n.d.). According to LaFrance (2016)’s article named “What Is a Robot”, the “robot” word was first used on a play, written by a Czech writer, Karel Čapek named Rossum’s Universal Robots. After Čapek’s play, the robot word quickly be famous and used as a word to describe the machines that can replace the human’s job with automation (LaFrance, 2016). Robots are used in industry and manufacturing, health, caring, visioning, military, transportation and a lot more areas at present. Day by day, the usability of robots is increasing and more people are interacting with robots (Robot, n.d.). That interaction increases the demanding on how robots are contacting with people. However, at present, the lack of conversation between robots and people might be seen due to their nature of to be programmed to do only some specific actions instead of being capable of thinking free as humans. The following sections will analyze that how robot dialogue will be improved on human-robot based interaction in near future based on that insufficiency of the robot dialogue.