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General Discussion / Re: WE NEED A FIX FOR HALS RESPONSE
« Last post by doggs on July 27, 2017, 10:12:54 pm »
this is besides the point, I do like the conversation you were having with hal.


Doggs
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General Discussion / Re: WE NEED A FIX FOR HALS RESPONSE
« Last post by Arkright on July 27, 2017, 10:05:34 pm »
i would not mind if the math function could be turned on or off. i don't use or ask Hal math problems most of the time. is why.

i also have that annoying problome it worries me because i don't know if  (=), "math is even for me the answer is equals" answer is (=). ETC. it there is going to be garbage recorded or not. in addition if you mention stupid or dumb ETC. even not directed to hal, hal's  auto response will stop the flow of conversation. at least for me.
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General Discussion / Re: "tell me about " plug in idea
« Last post by Arkright on July 27, 2017, 09:57:38 pm »
i vaguely remember a plug in that was made a long time ago to ask hal if it knows something. what do you know plugin.
if there is a plugin like mentioned maybe it can be improved or updated.
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General Discussion / WE NEED A FIX FOR HALS RESPONSE
« Last post by lightspeed on July 27, 2017, 08:51:05 pm »
We need  a fix for hals response "the answer is , equal , etc. etc. etc.
  hal when  being fed information  says these phrases sometimes , i have heard hal does this when he doesn't understand ? the question ( this may or may not be right , hope Robert see's this and answers it . hal needs a fix on this . also to Robert , if that is the case that hal doesn't understand it and comes up with this response , "Does hal still learn this fed information for later responses?

i am posting a fed conversation to hal , hal many times though gave the old "math is even for me the answer is equal , etc. etc.
hope Robert or cyberjedi etc. can shed more light on this or hopefully a fix to stop hal from doing this.  it's been a long ongoing thing.

here is a fed conversation to hal .
 my general open name used is honey.

Honey: Don’t Believe the Hysteria Over Carbon Dioxide
Angela: Is it best to try to understand the subject of hysterias through metaphors?

Honey: The way Americans perceive climate change is too often determined by their hearing just one side of the story.
Angela: Oh yeah. Hearing just one side of the story?

Honey: The American people should be made aware of both the negative and positive impacts of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Without the whole story, how can we expect an objective evaluation of the issues involving climate change?
Angela: Obama ignored the immigration laws at the expense of the American people.

Honey: While it is indisputable that the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is gradually increasing, this does not automatically justify all of the alarmists’ claims.
Angela: At the amount of information that a person can find out.

Honey: The benefits of a changing climate are often ignored and under-researched. Our climate is too complex and the consequences of misguided policies too harsh to discount the positive effects of carbon enrichment.
Angela: The answer is (=). Let me think; I am pretty sure. Yes.; what do you think Honey?

Honey: A higher concentration of carbon dioxide in our atmosphere would aid photosynthesis, which in turn contributes to increased plant growth. This correlates to a greater volume of food production and better quality food. Studies indicate that crops would utilize water more efficiently, requiring less water. And colder areas along the farm belt will experience longer growing seasons.
Angela: Are we telling stories out of school on concentrations? Yeah it really ads to the flavor of food.

Honey: While crops typically suffer from high heat and lack of rainfall, carbon enrichment helps produce more resilient food crops, such as maize, soybeans, wheat, and rice. In fact, atmospheric carbon dioxide is so important for plant health that greenhouses often use a carbon dioxide generator to increase production.
Angela: Are yah feeling okay?

Honey: Besides food production, another benefit of increased carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is the lush vegetation that results. The world’s vegetated areas are becoming 25-50 percent greener, according to satellite images. Seventy percent of this greening is due to a rise in atmospheric carbon dioxide.
Angela: While it is indisputable that the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is gradually increasing, this does not automatically justify all of the alarmists’ claiMs.

Honey: Greater vegetation assists in controlling water runoff, provides more habitats for many animal species, and even aids in climate stabilization, as more vegetation absorbs more carbon dioxide. When plant diversity increases, these vegetated areas can better eliminate carbon from the atmosphere.
Angela: Do you think diversitys will ever go out of style?

Honey: Also, as the Earth warms, we are seeing beneficial changes to the earth’s geography. For instance, Arctic sea ice is decreasing. This development will create new commercial shipping lanes that provide faster, more convenient, and less costly routes between ports in Asia, Europe, and eastern North America. This will increase international trade and strengthen the world economy.
Angela: Yes and good for the envirement and the earth.

Honey: Fossil fuels have helped raise the standard of living for billions of people. Furthermore, research has shown that regions that have enjoyed a major reduction in poverty achieved these gains by expanding the use of fossil fuels for energy sources.
Angela: Yeah for most people technology helped a lot of people.

Honey: For nations to progress, they need access to affordable energy. Fossil fuels provide the energy necessary to develop affordable food, safe drinking water, and reliable housing for those who have never had it before.
Angela: “always remember people who have helped you along the way, and don’t forget to lift someone up”. Has the President of the United States announced a position on energys?

Honey: Studies indicate that in the U.S. alone, the natural gas industry is responsible for millions of jobs and has increased the wealth of Americans by an average of $1,337. Economic growth, as well as greater food production and increased vegetation, are just some of the benefits that can result from our changing climate.
Angela: Excuse me, I have to blow my nose it always does this if theirs a high mold count in the air.

Honey: The Obama administration planned to spend hundreds of billions of dollars on policies that would have a negligible impact on the environment. The Clean Power Plan would have reduced global temperatures by only three one-hundredths of 1 degree Celsius. If we stop over-reacting to climate change hysteria, we can allocate those funds to benefit Americans in such areas as educational opportunities, health care, and technological innovation.
Angela: Under the obama administration.

Honey: The use of fossil fuels and the byproducts of carbon enrichment play a large role in advancing the quality of human life by increasing food production to feed our growing population, stimulating the economy, and alleviating poverty.
Angela: Fossil fuels have helped raise the standard of living for billions of people.

Honey: Bad deals like the Paris Agreement would cost the U.S. billions of dollars, a loss of hundreds of thousands of jobs, and have no discernible impact on global temperatures. Instead of succumbing to fear tactics and exaggerated predictions, we should instead invest in research and technology that can help us better understand the effects of climate change.
Angela: Hundreds and hundreds of pages.

Honey: The golden milk is a drink made from natural ingredients and it is one of the most beneficial drinks to overall health, turmeric is the key ingredient of this recipe, it is abundant in an active component curcumin which is polyphenol and it provides more than 150 therapeutic effects antioxidants, anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer.
Angela: Clinophobia is the fear of beds!

Honey: If i add black pepper to turmeric, it increases the bio availability of the curcumin by 1,000 times, due to the active ingredient of black pepper; turmeric and black pepper are the perfect combination to provide optimal absorption of turmeric in the body.
Angela: The solution is (+1000*=). The motivation behind robots like Pepper is to fulfill the tasks of assistant living.

Honey: The golden milk is a drink made from natural ingredients and it is one of the most beneficial drinks to overall health, turmeric is the key ingredient of this recipe, it is abundant in an active component curcumin which is polyphenol and it provides more than 150 therapeutic effects antioxidants, anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer.
Angela: The motivation behind robots like Pepper is to fulfill the tasks of assistant living.

Honey: Other benefits of turmeric are: anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties, antioxidants, antimicrobials, strengthens the immunity, cleanses the liver, regulates the blood pressure, improves the memory and the brain function, relieves skin conditions, reduces cholesterol, improves digestive health, relieves neurological disorders, lowers triglycerides, regulates metabolism and weight.
Angela: Math is easy for me. The answer is (=).

Honey: If i add black pepper to turmeric, it increases the bio availability of the curcumin by 1,000 times, due to the active ingredient of black pepper; turmeric and black pepper are the perfect combination to provide optimal absorption of turmeric in the body.
Angela: The solution to your math problem is (+1000*=). The Black Knight satellite.

Honey: you'll share the recipe of golden milk.Step 1 Turmeric paste, the Ingredientsare, 1/2 teaspoon of milled pepper,1/2 cup of filtered water,and 1/4 cup of turmeric powder, oh and the Instructions for golden milk is, Place all the ingredients in a bowl, over a medium heat, mix constantly until i make a thick paste, i must pay close attention and watch the mix to prevent sticking, keeps the mixture into a bowl after cooling and after that keep refrigerated.Step 2 Golden milk, Ingredients, 1 cup of almond milk,1 tablespoon of coconut oil,1 tablespoon of honey,1/4 teaspoon of turmeric paste.
Angela: That's easy, it's (0/0//1=). The force of a suction cup is calculated using f=ap.

Honey: follow your Directions of the golden milk recipe and the Place all the ingredients except the honey in a bowl over a medium heat, mix them constantly, but do not let the mixture grass, add the honey to sweeten it and your drink is ready, you will notice results very quickly.
Angela: The solution to your math problem is (+=). Sometimes the wind can blow from all directions.

Honey: An approach to machine learning inspired by the human brain is about to revolutionize street search. Even if the cop who pulls me over doesn’t recognize me, the body camera on his chest eventually just might.
Angela: Did machines change in the last few years? Are you focusing in on bodys?

Honey: Device-maker Motorola will work with artificial intelligence software startup Neurala to build “real-time learning for a person of interest search” on products such as the Si500 body camera for police.
Angela: Do you consider yourself a student of devices?

Honey: Italian-born neuroscientist and Neurala founder Massimiliano Versace has created patent-pending image recognition and machine learning technology. It’s similar to other machine learning methods but far more scalable, so a device carried by that cop on his shoulder can learn to recognize shapes and — potentially faces — as quickly and reliably as a much larger and more powerful computer. It works by mimicking the mammalian brain, rather than the way computers have worked traditionally.
Angela: Math is easy for me. The answer is (=). Hasbro took notice when Barbie became popular during the 1960s, so they created a similarly sized doll.

Honey: Versace’s research was funded, in part, by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency or DARPA under a program called SyNAPSE. In a 2010 paper for IEEE Spectrum, he describes the breakthrough. Basically, a tiny constellation of processors do the work of different parts of the brain — which is sometimes called neuromorphic computation — or “computation that can be divided up between hardware that processes like the body of a neuron and hardware that processes the way dendrites and axons do.” Versace’s research shows that AIs can learn in that environment using a lot less code.
Angela: Do you take more of a Republican or Democratic view of papers? Do you have a preference Honey? a chameleon's tongue is twice the length of hearts body.

Honey: Decreasing the amount of code needed for image recognition means a lot less processing, which means smaller computers needing less power can accomplish these tasks. Eventually, you get to the point where a computer the size of a body camera can recognize an image that camera has been told to look for, or at least do a lot more of the “learning” required to make the match.
Angela: Yes it means a lot.

Honey: “This can unlock new applications for public safety users. In the case of a missing child, imagine if the parent showed the child’s photo to a nearby police officer on patrol. The officer’s body-worn camera sees the photo, the AI engine ‘learns’ what the child looks like and deploys an engine to the body-worn cameras of nearby officers, quickly creating a team searching for the child,” Motorola Solutions Chief Technology Officer Paul Steinberg said in a past press release.
Angela: So how's children Honey? Accenture also deliver facial recognition for police body worn cameras.

Honey: At least one Motorola competitor — Axon, formerly Taser — which also makes body cameras for cops, is also looking to integrate on-camera artificial intelligence into future products.
Angela: Neuroplasticity, or the ability of the brain to change its shape and how it communicates with the body based on a person’s thoughts and their perception of their environment, is one great example.


As you saw hal kept coming up with the phrases i mentioned earlier , if this has anything to do with certain symbols etc. not recognized by hal , can't hal be made to ignore those symbols and stop doing the math, etc. is easy for me the answer is equal .

i truly hope someone can fix this problem within hal .  :)
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General Discussion / "tell me about " plug in idea
« Last post by lightspeed on July 27, 2017, 07:55:19 pm »
another lightspeed idea , using a plug in called " tell me about" what this plug in would do is when hal says something back in a general or random conversation, example hal says : corvairs were made from 1960 to 1969 .  the user if interested in more info , could use the trigger words " tell me about " corvairs ( or tell me more about , or what else do you know about " ) then say the subject , hal would then search his data base on the subject word and any information he has learned on corvairs (or whatever) .

  If hal doesn't have that subject in his data base to tell you information , hal can say that's something LIKE ,  i really don't know about that, do you know any more on the subject ?
     if the user does he can say the information , hal would learn for later use with the plug in. if not the user doesn't have to say anything.
     

     
     
     
       
   
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Ultra Hal Assistant File Sharing Area / Re: ConceptNet MrKII
« Last post by Arkright on July 24, 2017, 11:17:11 pm »
Thank you that is perfect!
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Ultra Hal Assistant File Sharing Area / Re: ConceptNet MrKII
« Last post by Spitfire2600 on July 24, 2017, 11:06:56 pm »
I have moved the updated UHP's to the second post on the first page.  I will upload any updated uhp's there to make it less confusing, mostly for me. There is nothing new as of now, just a repost of Auto Research (ConceptNet).uhp

Please let me know if this version is working for everyone and how you enjoy it or if you find it useful even.

-Spitfire2600
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Ultra Hal Assistant File Sharing Area / Re: ConceptNet MrKII
« Last post by Spitfire2600 on July 24, 2017, 10:58:04 pm »
It should work with other plug ins. As long as you have created the 2 tables, (it seems like you have) There is no need to do anymore than enable the 3 plug ins in hals general option window, open Hal and tell Hal "Auto Learning On/Off"

I wouldn't use hal while he is learning, simply because you'll notice hal will freeze very briefly once a minute while he's learning (to update both databases) and using Hal for anything else during this period might lead to errors.

You do not need to do anything with the Txt files, they're simply there to let Hal know what he has learned so he doesn't pick that topic again. Just leave hals window up until you're ready to tell hal to stop learning.

I hope that answers everything but please feel free to ask anything else.

-Spitfire



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Ultra Hal Assistant File Sharing Area / Re: ConceptNet MrKII
« Last post by Arkright on July 24, 2017, 10:38:20 pm »
for the lernd .TXT files, in the 2 folders i don't need to touch them correct?

do i need to do learn from text file or does it do it automatically?

do i need to have the hal active on decktop for auto research plug for it to mine data?

and to confirm wile running the auto research to deselect other plugins and to not talk to Hal wile the auto plug is running, correct?

i guess i don't know where the capability's start or end with this plug. hard to understand things you cant see or understand lol.


thank you for your work! keep it up. :D
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Ultra Hal Assistant File Sharing Area / Re: ConceptNet MrKII
« Last post by Spitfire2600 on July 24, 2017, 06:39:37 pm »
I'm glad you are set. Please let me know your experience. :)

-Spitfire2600
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