|posted 9/6/2005 05:16|
i am new in AI, i want to know how to develop chatbot?? i found a lot of software out there that is ready to be used to create chatbot, such as TANU. But i want to try to code it myself. Any good tutorial about this?
Thank you very much
|posted 9/6/2005 13:23|
|Why create just a chatbot, when you may program a True AI?|
Demonstrate machine intelligence with a computer program that thinks.
Which of the following two choices would you prefer in the decision-tree of mind-design?
[ ] As with ALICE and other chatterbots, fake the appearance of thinking
by having user input trigger canned responses in a pseudo-conversation.
[ ] Embed a Chomskyan linguistic superstructure on top of a semantic memory
containing a natural language lexicon that gives expression to deep-structure
concepts by retrieving words from auditory memory to form sentences of thought.
http://mind.sourceforge.net/aisteps.html shows you the AI steps.
|posted 9/7/2005 03:12|
|Thank you for answering my question.|
yes, that is what i am looking for, i prefer ALICE. i want to know the concept it may have inside ALICE or other chatbot. May you help me? i found nothing when i asked Mr.GOOGLE. Your link should be more on option 2, am i right?
Thank you very much
|posted 9/23/2005 21:44|
|a bot like Alice is not very complex. The very first bot i wrote (back in high school) was very simple. I had 1 program to interface with both you, and the "bot" (the bot was nothing more then a program that recognized key words, and retreived the relative response from the database) As far as i know there are no tutorials for say on making a bot like this but i can't imagine you not being able to make one up yourself. Its quite simple.|
|posted 11/7/2005 14:17|
|thaks, that also answers my question... after some chatbots, i want to code a real Ki, but i have a problem: i know many languages for programming hardware (like assembler, cc-basic, basic + , ...) , but i don't know Java. Would it be possible to write a ki in Visual Basic ? And If not: were do i get java from ?|
|posted 12/29/2005 09:12|
|Write your program in english then translate it to any computer language you desire.|
|posted 12/29/2005 13:54|
|The url below links to ArchBot, a chatterbot building architecture, or "bot architecture" using VB 6.0, XML 4.0, MSAgent 2.0, SAPI 5.1 and WSH 5.5.|
Also inside the zip is a document called Main Documentation.txt that has alot of info you're looking for.
|posted 1/1/2006 05:13|
|If you are interested, i have just started a tutorial on how to make an "Eliza like chatterbot". For now,the tutorial is a littlebit short but i intend to cover more subjects. Also, there are many examples of "basic chatterbots" written in c++ using the stl library that comes with the tutorial, so check it out!|
| Chatbot Tutorial|
|posted 8/29/2010 17:31|
Oh come on Arthur, please be modest at least a bit. There are no theoretical or intellectually valid reasons for your system to be a prototype of a "real artificial mind". And it can never be developed into such without completely rewriting it, so it is completely useless as a starting point for any such purposes. Nothing can be extended beyond its base, a basic truth which is so widely ignored in software development.
AiHasBeenSolved wrote @ 8/29/2010 12:09:00 AM:
The link below will take you into the development process of not just an automatic chatbot but of a real artificial mind.
|posted 5/21/2011 00:36|
The AI Mind is being devloped into a powerful artificial intelligence _without_ rewriting the basic cognitive architecture -- as described at the other end of the link below.
tkorrovi wrote @ 8/29/2010 5:31:00 PM:
[...] And it can never be developed into such without completely rewriting it, so it is completely useless as a starting point for any such purposes. [...]
| MindForth Programming Journal -- 2011 May 16|
|posted 1/21/2013 22:16|
|The Mentifex AI Minds in English, German and Russian are developing the faculty of machine reasoning with a new InFerence module as described at the other end of the link below.|
http://www.scn.org/~mentifex/AiMind.html thinks in English.
http://www.scn.org/~mentifex/mindforth.txt thinks in English.
http://www.scn.org/~mentifex/DeKi.txt thinks in German.
http://www.scn.org/~mentifex/Dushka.html thinks in Russian.
| InFerence mind-module creates new ideas by reasoning from old ideas.|