It would be of interest at least to those working on Eliza-like software.
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Nope, it's intentional that the session ids are random strings instead of guessable numbers. If someone wants to share a transcript that's fine, but some of the contents of those conversations are probably better left under the rug, in particular where the user didn't realize they were talking to a bot and/or they posted private, confidential, identifying etc. information.
As an example (leaving out the obviously good amount of verbal abuse that the bot gets), he/she/it has actually been offered money to finish an iOS developer's project (and this included an email address being posted).