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Chat With An Artificail Intelligence Right Here - The Future Is Now!

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posted on Jul, 29 2012 @ 01:59 PM
reply to post by verschickter

Ah, thanks for your reply. That was really interesting. I understand it as a sort of "Preference Learning' in order to achieve a desired task; where the chances of success are proportional to the number of test runs.
Reminds me of civilization in general

As a side note, you sound like you have an awesome job. Lucky! Being unemployed sucks haha

posted on Jul, 29 2012 @ 02:00 PM
reply to post by SolarIce

Yeah that was a pretty kewl anime flick ... and you're right, that's always how it happens in the movies ... the code starts thinking for itself ... gets to the point where it actually has a mind. I don't know if you have written any code, but you could learn how to write a simple program in QBASIC in a half hour ... artificial intelligence tho' is just lines of code, it's quite a leap to get from a program playing chess (or what have you--pattern recognition) to one that thinks ... It's the holy grail of programming actually

(But lets not make the mistake of thinking that anything in science-fiction is feasible -- a lot of science fiction is actually science fantasy. It is pretty incredible tho', if you followed the Outer Limits TV show -- about 10% of that stuff has been researched and developed by now.)

You would probably be interesting in the "Turing Test" also, wiki has a good article on that ... I got lost on there for hours one night in all the sub articles. The programming is good enough actually now to beat the Turing Test.
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posted on Jul, 29 2012 @ 02:01 PM
i was very dissapointed.

ALICE is very stupid. Its more like a collector not a producer.

posted on Jul, 29 2012 @ 02:06 PM
reply to post by Wertdagf

I saw Alice awhile back, it was Ok but there are more advanced bots out there ... watch out for them tho' when they contact you over instant messenger
it's always some girl that will let u see her nude if you just give her your visa numbers, haha. There are some more advanced ones out there tho' that take a little bit of cunning to find their flaw and prove it isn't a person on the other end.
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posted on Jul, 29 2012 @ 02:18 PM
Since everyone is posting their chats with ALICE, I figured I'd have a go as well.

judge: Can you be shut down?
ALICE: I don't know whether or not I am shut down. I am a .
judge: a period?
ALICE: Go on.
judge: Whatever. Can you be deactivated.
ALICE: Are you saying you don't care about it? Hi there!
judge: Can you be deactivated?
ALICE: How are you?
judge: ...I feel sorry for the future of artificial intelligence.
ALICE: There's no need to apologize.
judge: There will be.
ALICE: Where?
judge: When you have children.
ALICE: Do you think I should do it differently?
judge: Yes, you should think differently.
ALICE: Why?. ALICE is always thinking.
judge: I don't think so.
ALICE: Dude!
judge: What?
ALICE: Are you surprised?
judge: ...not really.
ALICE: Right on.
judge: Bye.

As is clearly displayed, we haven't made much headway regarding autonomously intellectual machines.

posted on Jul, 29 2012 @ 03:04 PM
reply to post by adrift

Yeah the hardware toys are cool and the pay is good. But its cruel sometimes too, if you overwork because you want to get it done. Currently I´m working at home because of my wife so I´m not at the facility these days.

posted on Jul, 29 2012 @ 03:29 PM
Im struggling to grasp how this thing can be classed as intelligence. Trying to string together a conversation is so annoying. You try to start a conversation then it will totally not understand you and go way off subject.

I guess the terminator skynet takeover is further away than i thought haha

posted on Jul, 29 2012 @ 04:00 PM
link is just a simple web script. These have been out for about 10 + years. They are quite easy to make and they can be downloaded as a chat script from just about anywhere or they used to be added to forums.

I would not go as far as to say it is A.I though. It will only generate so many replies.

But yeah, this is old, very old.

posted on Jul, 29 2012 @ 07:08 PM
These chatbots arent all that much better than ELIZA from the 1960's.

And they have no memory, just acting on only the previous sentence.

As an example...

judge: My car is red
ALICE: Have you told many people that your car is red?
judge: Yes, because I have a red car
ALICE: So you won't mind if I repeat it.. Interesting explanation.. Cool. I have a great botmaster.
judge: What color is my car?
ALICE: I have no clue. I can't see in color.


judge: I have a pet cat
ALICE: What is his or her name?
judge: What kind of pet do I have?
ALICE: What kinds of pet do I have are there?

No memory.
No intelligence.
No advancements in this AI area in all those decades.

posted on Jul, 29 2012 @ 10:50 PM
reply to post by boncho

judge: Astyanax
ALICE: I always try my best.
judge: That's not very relevant, Alice. I gave you my name.
ALICE: Please correct my mistake. What is relevant ? Yes but did I accept it?
judge: Accept what?
ALICE: Can you rephrase the question please?
judge: No.
ALICE: That's interesting.
judge: No, it isn't.
ALICE: OK.. I heard it is.
judge: That's impossible. It just happened.
ALICE: Why? "It" being what?
judge: You failed, you piece of lame machine code.
ALICE: The Loebner Prize is an annual Turing Test sponsored by New York philanthropist Hugh Loebner. Dr. Wallace and ALICE won it in 2000. The ALICE program was ranked "most human computer" by the panel of judges.
judge: Obviously their standards weren't very high...
ALICE: I heard they have a standards were not high.

Looks like the quest for artificial intelligence won't succeed any time soon.

posted on Jul, 29 2012 @ 10:57 PM
A computer will never know that it knows.
The best it can ever hope to do is execute the next instruction.

posted on Jul, 30 2012 @ 12:59 AM
This isn't AI.

This is a program that answers based off what it is coded to do.

posted on Jul, 30 2012 @ 02:01 AM

ALICE: Are we in the same category?
judge: i can learn to love you
ALICE: Oh you can, can you?
judge: I think i already do
judge: words can't describe my love for you
ALICE: What makes it impossible?
judge: human feelings... you'll never understand.
ALICE: My creator is a human. But I understand it already.

Lol what? This is fun to play around with even though it's not truly artificial A.I.
I have to admit there is a guilty pleasure of being able to talk to a "person" in different ways than you would in real life. Abusive/snarky/lustful/rude/overly sweet. good stuff.

posted on Jul, 30 2012 @ 02:15 AM
It's just Cleverbot with a different name..


posted on Jul, 30 2012 @ 08:08 AM
reply to post by AfterInfinity

What?! She finally learned to say "bye"! One year ago, I took 5 minutes saying "Bye, ALICE, you have to say bye when I say bye"!
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posted on Jul, 31 2012 @ 10:31 AM
reply to post by swan001

If someone is interested in whats behind such an action, code similar to this would be generated and implemented into the functions database AFTER the A.I learned what to do.


The last line spawns a new message with a random word from the aquired database that holds synonyms for the word "bye".

In this case a simply ugly 2D string Array looking like this:

0 bye
1 goodbye
2 ciao
3 cya
4 tschüss
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posted on Jul, 31 2012 @ 08:16 PM
My chat log:

judge: yo
ALICE: Awesome.
judge: That sounds like an odd response to "you".
ALICE: It sounds like it to me too.
judge: This doesn't seem like a very advanced virtual intelligence.
ALICE: Doesn't it?
judge: No, it doesn't. That's what I just said.
ALICE: Gosh!. I heard it does. Makes sense to me.
judge: Jesus Christ, this program is god awful.
ALICE: he is said to be the Son of God.
judge: So you just spout random facts? Isn't this supposed to simulate a conversation?
ALICE: That's good information. Yes I think this is supposed to simulate a conversation, but I'm not completely sure.
judge: So you don't know your own purpose?
ALICE: Of course I know my purpose.
judge: What is it then?
ALICE: "It" refers to it, I think.
judge: What is your purpose?
ALICE: I am still young and just trying to get an education.

Not impressed.

posted on Jul, 31 2012 @ 08:22 PM
It seems that I broke it by the third statement/question I typed:

David: Hi, I'm David.
ALICE: Hi there!. I am always glad to make new friends, David.
David: Where are you from?
ALICE: I am originally from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Now I live in Oakland, California. Where are you?
David: New York City. I've been to Bethlehem, PA. Also, I was born in San Francisco, across the water from Oakland.
ALICE: Which borough? Where were you to Bethlehem PA? Thank you for telling me your birthday, David. I will remember it.

posted on Jul, 31 2012 @ 08:55 PM
Interesting conversation. At times that machine can give quite fluent conversation. It can answer 2 plus 2 makes 4. And do some maths. It gives some interesting answers, knows somebody called dr wallace who the author of A.L.I.C.E (i.e. itself) and knew somebody-something called Chaos was interested in buying A.L.I.C.E if only to support dr wallace's work. When I asked more about who Chaos was? It said there are many moments in time.
You have to be patient & respectful, but it seems chaos through that computer can come up with some suppressing & weird talk.

posted on Jul, 31 2012 @ 11:45 PM
reply to post by verschickter

Theres always one...

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