Beta Test Panel Formed for AIML Editor
How many times have you wished for the killer AIML editor app?
It has arrived...
Brian Hoecht and his team at AI-Dealer.com have developed the killer app for AIML editing. Basically the tool has three tabs.
The first tab is like a combination of a Spreadsheet and a data entry/edit form for patterns, thats and templates. You can load a huge number of AIML categories from multiple files and sort them by pattern, that, topic, template, file, or original order. This is absolutely the best tool we have seen for managing a large AIML set.
The second tab displays how your AIML will look in XML format.
The third tab is a lifelike avatar to test the AIML you've edited and created.
Of course, you can save the AIML and export it to your favorite AIML interpreter (Program D, E, J, N, P, Q, R, V, Y, ChatterBean, libaiml, RebeccaAIML or Pandorabots etc.)
AI-Dealer and the AI Foundation have come to an agreement to invite a small core group of expert AIML developers to beta test this Editor.
It is an invitation only and an all volunteer group. We are trying to assemble the best minds in the industry to show the media and business community how far the world of AI has advanced in the past few years.
The goal is to create working examples of a redefinition of the man-to-machine interface by:
- Defining and implementing AIML best coding practices
- Reworking these across the ALICE AAA code base
- Creating a deeper and synthetic personality for a photo-realistic avatar with a purpose and a life-like TTS
- Having some fun and gaining some notoriety in the process.
At this time, the core group of panelists has been formed and negotiations are underway with corporate sponsors for a high-end version of this product. A limited number of seats remain open on the panel of beta testers for highly qualified AIML experts and end-users. If this seems interesting to you, please contact bhoecht (at) ai-dealer.com to discuss.
The new AIML editor is truly a killer app for advancing AIML development. Source : www.alicebot.org