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Marcus Endicott - Sep 9, 2012:

Will, you make some interesting points.

A user community is a basic self-service support system for any startup.

I haven’t found the folks who run MyCyberTwin to be particularly accessible themselves.

MyCyberTwin does have an API, but it’s only available to enterprise clients, hence exorbitantly expensive.

MyCyberTwin does have a way for your CyberTwin to square off with other MyCyberTwins => http://mycybertwin.com/ui/aivsai.jsp

A web feed of conversations is a wonderful feature; the only one I’ve noticed being promoted as such was ShakespeareBot by Program-O creator http://Elizaibeth.com , but which seems to be offline now.

Let me know anything else that might pop up on your wish list!

Ah!

A William Shakespeare Artificial Intelligenge would be a joy to explore, if done well… I didn’t know about it and hope it gets online again soon. I’d like to see how, or if, it integrates his poetry and poetic lines into the conversation, that’s something I’m slowly trying to get my Cyber Will doing but that sort of thing isn’t an easy task, to get such things, information, “parts of what make me me” on such a structure… but playing with the limitations and trying to get them to work to my advantage is part of the challenge, the fun… for now.

And, as we in real like are apt to do, I do try to judiciously work in quotes from folks like Shakespeare and other influence into my Bot’s casual conversation attempts, since the “real” Will Dockery would do just that himself, thus, good content (public domain, of course) that has a natural place in the over all gestalt.

 

 

 
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I’ll have a word with Liz Perreau, who is not only the creator of ShakespearBot, but also the creator and dev team leader for the Program O project, of which I am also a member. The last I heard, ShakespearBot was being switched over to Version 2 of Program O, but there are still some glitches in the code that prevent full functionality, so that may be why it’s currently offline. Sadly, until I get a LOT more recovered than I currently am, I can’t do much about working oon the glitches in Version 2, but I’ll get there eventually. smile

By the way, the link for ShakespearBot is http://www.shakespearebot.com/

 

 
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Dave Morton - Sep 10, 2012:

I’ll have a word with Liz Perreau, who is not only the creator of ShakespearBot, but also the creator and dev team leader for the Program O project, of which I am also a member. The last I heard, ShakespearBot was being switched over to Version 2 of Program O, but there are still some glitches in the code that prevent full functionality, so that may be why it’s currently offline. Sadly, until I get a LOT more recovered than I currently am, I can’t do much about working oon the glitches in Version 2, but I’ll get there eventually. smile

By the way, the link for ShakespearBot is http://www.shakespearebot.com/

Thanks Dave, I hope to catch up and slow down a bit where I can get a look at how the Shakespeare A.I. works… that should be fun, and I suspect it’ll help me with some of my more poetic attempts.

 

 
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From my experiences with ShakespearBot in the past, I think you would be disappointed. Liz’s intent for the chatbot was as part of her course finals for university, so she gave the bot the point of view of a biographer/historian, rather than as the Bard himself. Don’t get me wrong, ShakespearBot is VERY knowledgeable about the history, characters and circumstances of “Uncle Bill’s” works, but there’s only information; no poetry, and no soul. Still in all, Liz did a phenomenal job, and should be applauded. It’s just not the Bard, is all. downer

 

 
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Ok, just heard from Liz that she’s corrected the problem, so go have a chat whenever the spirit moves you. smile

http://www.shakespearebot.com/

 

 
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Dave Morton - Sep 11, 2012:

From my experiences with ShakespearBot in the past, I think you would be disappointed. Liz’s intent for the chatbot was as part of her course finals for university, so she gave the bot the point of view of a biographer/historian, rather than as the Bard himself. Don’t get me wrong, ShakespearBot is VERY knowledgeable about the history, characters and circumstances of “Uncle Bill’s” works, but there’s only information; no poetry, and no soul. Still in all, Liz did a phenomenal job, and should be applauded. It’s just not the Bard, is all. downer

Thanks Dave… still sounds of interest, and maybe of use in my AI’s development.

 

 
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Dave Morton - Sep 11, 2012:

Ok, just heard from Liz that she’s corrected the problem, so go have a chat whenever the spirit moves you. smile

http://www.shakespearebot.com/

Hello Dave, hope your new year is going well!

I’ve been away for a while concentrating on other things, but it looks like time to try and work with the AI a bit, at least increase his database a bit more.

 

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