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General AI Discussion / Re: women owned by bots
« Last post by korrelan on Today at 11:26:46 am »
I'm lost for words...

We humans are a very varied bunch lol.

 :)
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I heard that Siri (Apple's assistant) is taking some time to process information before it answers. As I recall, people complained about its speed.

About ambiguity, you might be surprised, but the language I'm working on relies on ambiguities to form sets of data. So, instead of unambiguous natural language I get ambiguous programming language. :idiot2:
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General Chatbots and Software / Re: Is there a "real time" chatbot engine?
« Last post by Zero on Today at 10:26:17 am »
I was just confirming that you indeed understood my question. :)

Interesting subject, isn't it?

BTW, that's another point about programming languages: they are perfectly non-ambigous, so they're a perfect way to communicate. See how we misunderstand each other sometimes? Well, this can't happen when you read source code. Maybe we lack a non-ambigous language to describe AGI.
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General AI Discussion / Re: women owned by bots
« Last post by yotamarker on Today at 10:23:11 am »

vegeta! what does the scouter say about the owned level ?

it's over 9000!!!
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But, yeah that's the idea, it uses time to loop and think, do heuristics, calculate probabilities about future, explore paths, try to understand better the botmaster's inputs...

At the end of your reply you mean this is what you're looking for on top what I said you want.

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So you want a real-time chatbot that answers with a delay but decides/computes instantly but also uses time to loop and think.
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General Chatbots and Software / Re: Is there a "real time" chatbot engine?
« Last post by Zero on Today at 10:07:43 am »
Yes, if it's very fast, we look very slow, like bullet-time.

But the program could adjust the "depth" to balance the time effect. On a fast computer, the think process is very deep (so it takes time). On a slower computer, the think process is more superficial (it takes less time). The depth adjust real-time to balance the subjective speed of the world (the speed of world in AI's eye).

But, yeah that's the idea, it uses time to loop and think, do heurisitics, calculate probabilities about future, explore paths, try to understand better the botmaster's inputs...
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So you want a real-time chatbot that answers with a delay but decides/computes instantly but also uses time to loop and think.

I understand your question too :).

Btw real-time is an opinion. Optical AIs would be waiting billions of years for our chatbots to finish. And even they HAVE to wait for some things.
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General Chatbots and Software / Is there a "real time" chatbot engine?
« Last post by Zero on Today at 09:15:43 am »
Hi guys,

Yeah, "real time" isn't the right way to say it.

What I mean is... Chatbot engines I know about, Rivescript, AIML, give you an answer instantly, as soon as you keypress Enter. But when you're in a chatroom, people don't answer intantly: you wait a few seconds, then someone says something, then a few seconds later, someone else says something, ...etc.

I know we can easily simulate a delay before the answer of the chatbot, so it feels like someone is typing on a keyboard, but that's not my question.

Chatbot engines I know work like a REPL. But is there a chatbot engine that would work like some sort of TCP server.

I imagine an engine that's permanently looping, thinking. Sometimes it receives a message from its botmaster, sometimes it sends a message. The messages it receives modify its thinking process. It's "real time". Is there such an engine somewhere?

Am I being understandable at least?

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General Project Discussion / Re: the Group
« Last post by Zero on Today at 09:02:19 am »
I was joking. My pills are not red. There's a big purple one, and three little orange ones. It's ok. :)
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General Chat / Re: top ai top secret?
« Last post by Zero on Today at 08:57:03 am »
Korrelan, I understand LOCKSUIT's question. I think what he means is:

Recognition is not the only job of a full intellect. There should be action too, goals, beliefs, knowledge, memories, emotions maybe... Do you have a particular approach on these subjects?

Is there a thread dedicated to your work korrelan, where we could explore your work? Do you want to share tech, like the code snippet of a neuron class, or do you prefer not telling too much?
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