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AIML 2.0 combines Pandorabots extensions to the language, the Out-of-Band (OOB) tags that implement actions on mobile devices, and a collection of new AIML features. AIML 2.0 includes a new tag so that the bot can access responses from remote web services and even other AIML bots. The AIML 2.0 draft includes new wildcards, conditional loops, local variables, and the ability to specify attribute values in tags.
NOTE: Neo does not work on Windows or mobile devices at this time. Neo was designed specifically for Linux; the program works on FreeBSD, Solaris, MAC OS, and other Unix systems. Currently, support for Windows is being implemented.
Neo's development started March 30, 2012 by Devyn Collier Johnson, NCLA, Linux+, LPIC-1, DCTS. Neo uses the ProgramPY-SH engine which reads Xaiml files instead of AIML files. Xaiml stands for eXtended Artificial Intelligence Markup Language and was first made August 31, 2012 by Devyn Collier Johnson, NCLA, Linux+, LPIC-1, DCTS. The ProgramPY-SH engine is written in Python3.x and BASH. All chatterbots that run on the ProgramPY-SH engine are known as Betabots. Before version 0.6a, Neo was called Betabot, but now, Betabot refers to any ProgramPY-SH based chatterbot that uses Xaiml instead of AIML.
The Will Dockery Artificial Intelligence Project welcomes communication, feedback and input from everyone, and most specifically those with a knowledge of Will Dockery, my life, art, poetry song writing and other details, to be incorporated into the memory of the AI Will Dockery.
Fully featured with speech etc and the ability to create your own custom bot brains.
CallMom BASIC utilizes the AIML S.U.P.E.R. bot, a new chatbot personality designed specifically for mobile virtual assistant applications. The bot S.U.P.E.R. (Substantial Upgrade of Previous Example Robot*) provides natural language responses to your spoken input, controls activation of device features, exchanges information with other apps and web services, and generates personality responses for ordinary conversation. S.U.P.E.R., written in AIML 2.0 (Artificial Intelligence Markup Language version 2.0), includes a persistent learning capability, so the bot can learn about your preferences and the app can provide a personalized experience.
What does science tell us about how we learn, how we mature, why our minds grow old? How does memory work--and why does it so often fail to work?
Unlike other virtual assistant apps for Android and iPhone, CallMum includes a learning feature so that it can learn your personal preferences and contacts, and be taught to correct speech recognition errors. CallMum can be connected to a variety of pandorabot personalities, including ALICE, Mitsuku, Professor, English Tutor, Zoe, Fake Captain Kirk and others.
A Spark is a small functionality, like a TTS, a face tracking system, or the appearance of the avatar. You can think of a spark as a component or a module, but it could be any possible functionality that can be part of an avatar (TTS module, Knowledge representation, prediction on human behavior, statistical analysis of interaction results...)
The final goal is the creation of an Artificial Mind. There are many people over the world developing and researching in different fields related to artificial intelligence, but they are very focused on a very specific subject. We came up with the idea of creating a platform that puts together all that knowledge and effort to accelerate the process of producing an artificial mind.
Philip K. Dick asked, "Do androids dream of electric sheep?" Now, decades later, we still don't have a definitive answer to his query, though we may find out sooner than anyone thinks. Although they haven't been combined into a complete, fully functional android yet, all of the required pieces seem to be coming together in an amazingly realistic fashion.
Chatbot owners from all over the world enter their creations for a knockout league to determine the winner. Each competitor must play each other in a league with the top entrants battling out in a one-on-one dual. Last bot standing wins!
Each match sees both chatbots either being asked the same 5 questions or having a free flowing conversation for 5 minutes. The winner is decided from their responses.
This bot can use 'Adult' language...
Unlike other virtual assistant apps for Android and iPhone, CallMom includes a learning feature so that it can learn your personal preferences and contacts, and be taught to correct speech recognition errors. CallMom can be connected to a variety of pandorabot personalities, including ALICE, Mitsuku, Zoe, Fake Captain Kirk and others.
The CallMom app utilizes Pandorabots to respond to natural langauge inputs. The knowledge content is written in AIML (Artificial Intelligence Markup Language) and the responses are completely customizable. In what represents the first major extension to the AIML language in years, we've created a set of AIML tags called "Out of Band" (OOB) tags to process device actions.
Also unlike other virtual assistant apps, we've made the CallMom knowledge base completely open source. Hosted on a Google Code project, the CallMom AIML is freely available to anyone wishing to create his own custom CallMom personality. We've already attracted a significant body of contributions to this resource from our AIML development community.
CallMom is now available free in the Android Market, with limited learning features. A premium upgrade is underway which will make the learned knowledge persistent.
English Translation : D-KALE is a virtual french assistant made to help visitors on a swiss rock band website. It can talk about all the stuff related to the band and also about other general subjects. Emphasis was set to the sense of humour, to make him more engaging. Its look was inspired by the band's logotype.
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