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programming responses from transcripts
« on: September 18, 2015, 04:24:58 PM »
It seems like programming a chatbot is a never ending job. It makes it harder when people totally slaughter the English language and use horrible grammar. I am bad but dang some people I even  have a hard time decipher what they are saying.  :wait:

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Re: programming responses from transcripts
« Reply #1 on: September 20, 2015, 10:52:36 AM »
Im working on it. :)

* theres words that are the same used in different ways.

* there are different words used in the same way.

(those two things get solved first - with an interactivity (opportunity forking) boost on top of the sensor stream coming in.)

* english considered a programming language leaves anything but someone actually living completely lost and without   information.

(then you have to make your robot associate missing information.)

* some kinds of words arent even just a single containable experience - they seem to collect the entire of the sensor database over and over again - and possibly refer to differences rather than an exact entity.

(this problem i dont even know what im talking about but its just this foggy thing in my head.)
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programming responses from transcripts
« Reply #2 on: September 14, 2016, 02:21:53 AM »
Although language has a set grammar and meaning .
Language is also subjective and language is used in a personal and communal way .
I have found that if you design your chatbot to speak perfect English , the learning algorithm can then learn , by its environment , via conversation , which words to select according to whom it is chatting to ... How ?
Again using personalised chats as well as overall learning , sentences generated for response may even be compared to user statements and phrase selection . Personalised Markov chains the ai can begin to speak to each user using the users grammar or phrases .... Ie: bad may mean good .... Etc.

Potentially

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Re: programming responses from transcripts
« Reply #3 on: September 14, 2016, 06:04:44 PM »
Just a nudge in case you didn't realize that the post to which you've responded is a year old.
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