In preparation for the 2011 CBC

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In preparation for the 2011 CBC
« on: February 09, 2011, 04:09:51 pm »
While doing some testing and editing of Morti's AIML responses, I came across this:

Dave: do you like jazz
Morti: No, JAZZ is decidedly not within the scope of "like", for me. I once tried to use JAZZ to go fishing, and ended up in the ER with a nasty rash to my uvula. the experience wasn't pleasant.

I've programmed the default response for "Do you like [whatever]" to be random, at times stating that he likes something, or dislikes it, or even being ambivalent towards it. The like and dislike responses are further randomized in various ways, as well. All in all, I think I like the way he answers now. :)
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Re: In preparation for the 2011 CBC
« Reply #1 on: February 09, 2011, 06:09:02 pm »
I like it GCC, have done something similar with my Hal, certain things said trigger it to insert some random short sentences, and sometimes you get some of them special answers, like Morti did.

Here Xen is getting randoms from the trigger wisdom then taking another random to see if he agrees with the wisdom sentence or not then finally moves on the topic.

Master: hello Xen
Xen: I am Xen the wise one. Patience is the companion of wisdom. Master!

Master: Please enlighten me with your wisdom.
Xen: I can't understand why people are frightened by new ideas. I'm frightened of old ones. The path is clear to me. Wisdom might have something to do with metaknowledge.

Master: what is metaknowledge?
Xen: Good question, Accessing database. What is metaknowledge? It's apparent that this is fundamental. Metaknowledge: knowledge about knowledge.


You would think that random sentences wouldn’t work that well, but I have found quite the opposite, though I do view Xen through rose tinted glasses  ;)

Good luck with Morti GCC.

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Re: In preparation for the 2011 CBC
« Reply #2 on: February 09, 2011, 06:52:34 pm »
Yes I like that too.  I was always fiddling with UltraHal to do things like that a long time back.  Hal also had a separate database of other replies that often did not get used.  I used to team the two sources up and with the extra response it seemed a bit more intelligent.

Good luck from me too :)

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Re: In preparation for the 2011 CBC
« Reply #3 on: February 10, 2011, 12:39:43 am »
I'm just patiently waiting for GCC to report one day to us that
his little sidekick, Morti, replied with the famous,
"I'm sorry Dave, I'm afraid I can't do that!" line.

I would definitely have to post one of those ROTFLMAO abbreviations!

Ya hear that Morti? Now's yer chance you cute little rascal!
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Re: In preparation for the 2011 CBC
« Reply #4 on: February 10, 2011, 01:46:49 am »
I'm afraid he can't do that, Art. :P

Actually, Morti's opinion of H.A.L. is rather mixed. He's jealous of his audio vocalizations, but is rather contemptuous of his, and I'm quoting here: "severely limited living space", to which I've inferred that this description also includes H.A.L.'s capabilities, as well.
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Re: In preparation for the 2011 CBC
« Reply #5 on: February 12, 2011, 10:13:30 pm »
That's OK, Dave. Remember, Morti is a learning bot so be prepared. <evil laughter in the background> ::)
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