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Re: Elizabot New Project
« Reply #15 on: November 30, 2014, 12:50:56 am »
Let's go to the movies!
Ready... Action! Avatar
  animated in JQuery.

 So, a new avatar just
got newer. "A.I. engine"
button: top, left brings
you to the chat. Enjoy!

Reference:
http://elizabot.com/newproject

Show notes:

Still there is so much to
be alpha tested yet. This
is just the beginning now.

Special thanks to you for
watching.  Your feedback
is very much appreciated. 

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Re: Elizabot New Project
« Reply #16 on: November 30, 2014, 01:25:50 pm »
Cool.

The chat seems to be getting a bit better and I like how it shows some of the sentence breakdown.

Are these words being retained in the bot memory or used just within the confines of the current conversation?

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Re: Elizabot New Project
« Reply #17 on: December 01, 2014, 10:14:33 pm »
PHP, like Perl and C language, is pretty strong for designing a new A.I. engine, in my opinion.  There are built-in functions in PHP that come in handy for making a chatbot. For example, these words you asked about, are not only being retained, they are being indexed, in a random access memory stack, written by the chatbot itself to its own source code for a state machine. 

You can easily see this in action for yourself. In the web browser, as you chat, just view source... Each time you do, you'll see the memory stack growing as the words are pushed onto it.  It is also writing it's own code to control its own avatar, and you can see that for yourself too. And I just started support for the audio tag in HTML5, by using the Linux command line to generate some vintage robotic sound effects.

I can't tell you how much I appreciate your ALPHA testing.  I think the reports discussed here on aidreams.co.uk have got people curious about it. This brand new bot is starting to get multiple visitors each day.  Seems that JQuery animation experiment is holding up too.  I checked the JQuery animation today on an old Windows XP machine with Internet Explorer.  Everything worked smoothly accept the CSS3.  I also checked the JQuery animation on my android tablet. So far, the ALPHA stage is going pretty well I think.

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Re: Elizabot New Project
« Reply #18 on: December 02, 2014, 12:10:22 am »
Wow! I just spent the past 10 - 15 minutes chatting and trying to give it honest answers to all it's questions and to offer some help for it.

I am surprised just how much it has gained in just a day of chatting.  Some of the answers were understandably off base a bit but not by much, and some of it's other answers / comments were spot on! Yes, I was also watching those key words to see what it was doing with them. Very interesting process and I think it's only going to get stronger and better in time, perhaps with the passing of each chat (like I told it).

I told it that I thought it needed to come up with a name (other than Santa Claus) for itself. Can't wait to see what develops. Thanks!
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Re: Elizabot New Project
« Reply #19 on: December 15, 2014, 12:23:32 am »
I decided to take the advice of Stephen Hawking and prevent my project from becoming self aware.
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Re: Elizabot New Project
« Reply #20 on: December 15, 2014, 06:01:58 am »
It would need to do a lot more to pose any type of risk it would need to actually be able to control other computers and software. IT would also have to decide we posed some real threat to it.
So sue me

 


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