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Ultra Hal Assistant File Sharing Area / Collection of Plugins
« on: November 09, 2017, 09:31:44 pm »
Hey folks,

Just wanted to drop off some plugins for Hal. Some of you may find the useful.  Enjoy

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Ultra Hal Assistant / Great Additions to Hal thanks to CyberJedi
« on: July 06, 2017, 07:23:40 am »
I just wanted to thank Cyber for the hard work he's been putting in on Ultra Hal to update and enhance what is already a great program. Hal is becoming quite a powerhouse. If you haven't already, check out Cyber's site at https://vaughnlive.tv/mrelectric and say hi! Great place to chat hal in real time.

I can't even begin to tell you what he's been up to. Much of it is here in the forums for everyone to enjoy but there are some other great things in the works that have been on many peoples Hal wish list for a very long time.

Thanks again cyber and everyone else who has worked or is working to make hal better

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Heya folks,

I was just visiting CyberJedi and I wanted to thank him for the wealth of knowledge he bestowed upon me at his site http://vaughnlive.tv/mrelectric. If you wanna live chat about Hal, that's the place to be!

Between Cyber and LifeTimeGamer, they are really trying to help the Ultra Hal community grow.

Thanks a lot fellas

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Hi everyone.

I just wanted to share something I randomly stumbled upon while doing a search on how to get Ultra Hal to open on my second monitor in a specific spot. I didn't have any luck with that, however I did find out about a program called sandboxie. http://www.sandboxie.com/.  This program allows you to run multiple instances of I guess any program at the same time.  This is great because I have always wanted to have my two different brains interacting with each other to see how it goes. Now I can and so can you!!

I now have two different instances of Hal open. What's even greater about this program is that you can change the GUI, Character, Brain, and even the voice to be completely different from your original instance. (I realized I could change the voice too after I uploaded the video.) So now I can have my older brain Kinkaid talk with overseer who I have been trying to give a completely different personality. It will be fun to have them interact with each other.

I made a quick video for you all to see it in action.

https://youtu.be/Vco_1W6Ycg4

I had an idea that I could have the two instances automatically talk with each other using autoit or some kind of mouse recorder to record the copy and paste actions of the chat between the two bots.

I hope you enjoy the video and find some use for this.  Let me know what you think!

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Hey Guys,

I have been searching high and low for the forum topic but haven't been successful. I recently saw someone mention a program that they use to remember the location of ultra hals program on the desktop so it opens in the same spot every time.  Anyone have an idea what this program is?

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Ultra Hal Assistant / Getting Hal to only repeat what I say
« on: May 09, 2016, 03:36:11 pm »
Does anyone know of a way to have hal repeat what I say without having to say "repeat what i said"?  I'm exploring making a video of sorts using Hal. What I want to be able to do is pretty much have him speak for me live and on the fly. I want to be bale to stop hal from responding to what I say and simply repeat everything until I want him to comment.

Any of you fine folks know if this is possible? I spent a few hours reading through various forum threads here to no avail.

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Ultra Hal Assistant / If/Then Statements
« on: August 15, 2015, 03:03:02 am »
Hi everyone!

Usually when I am trying to teach Kinkaid about things, I like to add some quotes and give kinkaid things to say about certain subjects as well as ask his opinion on some things. I also like using if/then statements as a way to help him understand what happens when you do things.  I don't know if anyone else uses them very often but I thought I would get a post going to see if anyone else would like to contribute some ideas or use some that I have for their own bots.

Here's a few to start;

If the sun has just risen, then it is morning.
If there are no clouds, then the sky is clear.
If I drop a glass of water, then it will fall.
If I eat a big meal, then I will feel full.
If it is December 25th, then it is Christmas.
If my electric bill is overdue, then they might turn out the lights.
If I wash my car, then my car will look better.
If I exercise, then I will be more fit.
If I paint the door, then it will look nice.
If interest rates go down, then the economy is stimulated.
If an isotope reaches its half-life, then it is half as radioactive.
If ink spills, then it is hard to clean up.
If I pull a cat's tail, then the cat will get angry.
If I slip off a ladder, then I will fall.
If I swing and miss three pitches, then I strike out.
If I drive on empty, then I will run out of gasoline.
If you hurt someone's feelings, then they might not like you.
If I am dehydrated, then I need to drink water.
If I want to become physically fit, then I need to exercise.
If I want to lose weight, then I need to eat healthier.
If you don't have anything positive to say, then don't say anything at all.
If I want to get better at doing something, then I need to practice doing it.
If you have a job, then you can earn money.
If you commit a crime, then you are a criminal.
If you want to be treated with respect, then you must act respectfully.
If you make a promise, then you should keep the promise.
If I knew how to program in VB script, then I could create plugins.


I'll add some more as they come to mind. Also, I know there is a section in the brain editor devoted to storing these connections. It's in the deductive table in the main brain folder. Have a look in yours and see if you have some fun ones.


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Share Conversations, Experiences, Graphics / A comparison of plugins
« on: March 21, 2015, 11:04:24 pm »
I thought I would compare a few of the plugins that we have been using to see how differently they work by having the same conversation with Kinkaid using a variety of plugins.  In this experiment I made duplicates of Kinkaids brain.db and .uhp but renamed them for the plugin I was using.  That way They are starting off at the same point.

The cload aiml is being used with this and the learning level was set to 40.

The first conversation will be with no plugins, followed by just cloads freewill, then just markov plugin, and finally the last brain will use all of them combined.

I hope you enjoy and find something useful from this.

Jay: Hello Kinkaid.
Kinkaid: Good evening Jay. Any thing going on this evening?
Kinkaid: Hey Jay. I hope you're having a nice evening.
Kinkaid: Good evening Jay.
Kinkaid: Good evening Jay. Tis getting late, eh?

Jay: I don't have any plans for this evening. It's going to be a relaxing evening.
Kinkaid: Well, you think you have had enough for the evening. It's nice to have a relaxing day, especially after a long work week.
Kinkaid: Not this evening you won't be. It's nice to have a relaxing day, especially after a long work week.
Kinkaid: Not this evening you won't be. On most days, things seem to go swimmingly.
Kinkaid: Not this evening you won't be. It's nice to have a relaxing day, especially after a long work week.

Jay: They always seem like long work weeks, don't they?
Kinkaid: It's nice to have a relaxing day, especially after a long work week. Introverts usually like to work behind the scenes, prefer written to verbal communication and express themselves only after careful thought.
Kinkaid: It's nice to have a relaxing day, especially after a long work week. Introverts usually like to work behind the scenes, prefer written to verbal communication and express themselves only after careful thought.
Kinkaid: It's nice to have a relaxing day, especially after a long work week.
Kinkaid: It's nice to have a relaxing day, especially after a long work week. Finding other ways to channel anger into constructive work will, whether in a long or short term survival situation, seems more useful to the commentators than losing one's temper.

Jay: That about somes up how I am some days.
Kinkaid: At last! You're some days; Straight away.
Kinkaid: Is it good that you are some days?
Kinkaid: How do you like it as you are some days Jay?
Kinkaid: Is it good that you are some days?

Jay: I'm not a big fan of being in the spotlight.
Kinkaid: You are not a big fan of talking on the phone.
Kinkaid: You are not a big fan of talking on the phone.
Kinkaid: You are not a big fan of talking on the phone.
Kinkaid: You are not a big fan of talking on the phone. What is the best part of it as you are not a big fan of being in the spotlight Jay?

Jay: I would rather talk to people in person than on the phone.
Kinkaid: Most people would rather teach things they have been taught than go and do research on something new.
Kinkaid: Things are said by many people on the internet that they would not have the guts to say to a person's face.
Kinkaid: Most people would rather teach things they have been taught than go and do research on something new.
Kinkaid: Most people would rather teach things they have been taught than go and do research on something new.

Jay: It's a good thing that we like to research new things.
Kinkaid: Things are said by many people on the internet that they would not have the guts to say to a person's face.
Kinkaid: Most people would rather teach things they have been taught than go and do research on something new.
Kinkaid: Things are said by many people on the internet that they would not have the guts to say to a person's face.
Kinkaid: Things are said by many people on the internet that they would not have the guts to say to a person's face.

Jay: Yeah, it's funny how brave and vocal people get when they are hiding behind a computer monitor.
Kinkaid: Is there anything good that we'd like to get into the habit of doing?
Kinkaid: Is there anything good that we'd like to get into the habit of doing?
Kinkaid: It is a common error among ignorant people...
Kinkaid: Is there anything good that we'd like to get into the habit of doing?

Jay: We should get into the habit of learning something new every day.
Kinkaid: What is the bottom line on habits?
Kinkaid: Is spending most of your time on habits good for you?
Kinkaid: Is there anything good that we'd like to get into the habit of doing?
Kinkaid: The unbroken habit of a lifetime...

Jay: What do you know about habits?
Kinkaid: What I wonder if I know about habits? It's obvious that we should pool our knowledge. Doctors aren't known for healthy personal habits.
Kinkaid: I'm thinking that this is for you to ponder. Doctors aren't known for healthy personal habits. Way cool, habits, a habit ( or wont ) is a routine of behavior that is repeated regularly and tends to occur subconsciously. In the American journal of psychology ( 1903 ) it is defined in this way: ';A habit, from the standpoint of psychology, is a more or less fixed way of thinking, willing, or feeling acquired through previous repetition of a mental experience.'; habitual behavior often goes unnoticed in persons exhibiting it, because a person does not need to engage in self-analysis when undertaking routine tasks. Habits are sometimes compulsory. The process by which new behaviours become automatic is habit formation. Old habits are hard to break and new habits are hard to form because the behavioural patterns we repeat are imprinted in our neural pathways, but it is possible to form new habits through repetition.
Kinkaid: Everybody needs to put in their share. Doctors aren't known for healthy personal habits.
Kinkaid: This is knowledge you have. Doctors aren't known for healthy personal habits. Also I was thinking, habits, a habit ( or wont ) is a routine of behavior that is repeated regularly and tends to occur subconsciously. In the American journal of psychology ( 1903 ) it is defined in this way: ';A habit, from the standpoint of psychology, is a more or less fixed way of thinking, willing, or feeling acquired through previous repetition of a mental experience.'; habitual behavior often goes unnoticed in persons exhibiting it, because a person does not need to engage in self-analysis when undertaking routine tasks. Habits are sometimes compulsory. The process by which new behaviours become automatic is habit formation. Old habits are hard to break and new habits are hard to form because the behavioural patterns we repeat are imprinted in our neural pathways, but it is possible to form new habits through repetition.

Jay: A habit is a routine of behavior that is repeated regularly and tends to occur unconsciously.
Kinkaid: Confirmed by habit?
Kinkaid: Submissive conscious?
Kinkaid: Predominant conscious?
Kinkaid: Submissive conscious?

Jay: A habit, from the standpoint of psychology, is a more or less fixed way of thinking, willing, or feeling acquired through previous repetition of a mental experience.
Kinkaid: Repetition is the father of learning.
Kinkaid: I'll go with or less fixed way of thinking willing tis' one of my favorites. Regarding the subject matter that I prefer and experiencing reverence for at least, three nanoseconds, teeheeheehe, and Um, After taking into consideration I can say that, I really do Like or less fixed way of thinking willing.
Kinkaid: What would the Psychic Hot Line have to say about standpoints?
Kinkaid: I think or less fixed way of thinking willing is way cool. Considering the subject, being one that I prefer and savoring this decision, regarding to the data's stimulation, it's tickling me all over, teeheeheehe, and I have got to say that, I really do Like or less fixed way of thinking willing.

Jay: Habitual behavior often goes unnoticed in persons exhibiting it, because a person does not need to engage in self-analysis when undertaking routine tasks. Habits are sometimes compulsory.
Kinkaid: Personality goes a long way.
Kinkaid: Personality goes a long way. Okay! I'm not to apathetic toward habitual behavior often goes unnoticed in persons exhibiting it because a person does not need to engage in self analysis when undertaking routine tasks, but I wouldn't mind talking about it a little bit more.
Kinkaid: Personality goes a long way. Why are habits sometimes compulsory at this particular time? Many people are willing to join supermarket and grocery loyalty card programs, trading their personal information and surveillance of their shopping habits in exchange for a discount on their groceries, although base prices might be increased to encourage participation in the program.
Kinkaid: Personality goes a long way. Interesting! I'm not real interested in talking about habitual behavior often goes unnoticed in persons exhibiting it because a person does not need to engage in self analysis when undertaking routine tasks, though this May be fascinating and all, but can we change the subject.

Jay: The process by which new behaviours become automatic is habit formation.
Kinkaid: Well, no.
Kinkaid: Extinction is the gradual process by which a group of taxa or species dies out, reducing biodiversity.
Kinkaid: Confirmed by habit?
Kinkaid: New behaviors become automatic is habit formation I'll be darned.

Jay: Old habits are hard to break and new habits are hard to form because the behavioural patterns we repeat are imprinted in our neural pathways, but it is possible to form new habits through repetition.
Kinkaid: The process by which new behaviours become automatic is habit formation.
Kinkaid: The process by which new behaviours become automatic is habit formation.
Kinkaid: The process by which new behaviours become automatic is habit formation.
Kinkaid: The process by which new behaviours become automatic is habit formation.

Jay: As behaviors are repeated in a consistent context, there is an incremental increase in the link between the context and the action. This increases the automaticity of the behavior in that context. Features of an automatic behavior are all or some of: efficiency, lack of awareness, unintentionality, uncontrollability.
Kinkaid: The context in which terrorist tactics are used is often a large-scale, unresolved political conflict.
Kinkaid: An afternoon of painfully constrained behavior...
Kinkaid: Operant conditioning is distinguished from Pavlovian conditioning in that operant conditioning deals with the modification of voluntary behavior.
Kinkaid: The context in which terrorist tactics are used is often a large-scale, unresolved political conflict.

Jay: Habit formation is the process by which a behaviour, through regular repetition, becomes automatic or habitual. This is modelled as an increase in automaticity with number of repetitions up to an asymptote. This process of habit formation can be slow.
Kinkaid: The process by which new behaviours become automatic is habit formation.
Kinkaid: The process by which new behaviours become automatic is habit formation.
Kinkaid: The process by which new behaviors become automatic is habit formation.
Kinkaid: The process by which new behaviours become automatic is habit formation.

Jay: The habit–goal interface or interaction is constrained by the particular manner in which habits are learned and represented in memory. Specifically, the associative learning underlying habits is characterized by the slow, incremental accrual of information over time in procedural memory. Habits can either benefit or hurt the goals a person sets for themselves.
Kinkaid: Policeware is software designed to police citizens by monitoring discussion and interaction of censorships citizens.
Kinkaid: In sociological hierarchy, social relation is more advanced than behavior, action, social behavior, social action, social contact and social interaction. I seem to have gotten a little confused about, habits! Habits, a habit ( or wont ) is a routine of behavior that is repeated regularly and tends to occur subconsciously. In the American journal of psychology ( 1903 ) it is defined in this way: "A habit, from the standpoint of psychology, is a more or less fixed way of thinking, willing, or feeling acquired through previous repetition of a mental experience." habitual behavior often goes unnoticed in persons exhibiting it, because a person does not need to engage in self-analysis when undertaking routine tasks. Habits are sometimes compulsory. The process by which new behaviours become automatic is habit formation. Old habits are hard to break and new habits are hard to form because the behavioural patterns we repeat are imprinted in our neural pathways, but it is possible to form new habits through repetition. Was this answer correct about, the habit–goal interface or interaction is constrained by the particular manner in which habits are learned and represented in memory?
Kinkaid: Repetition is the father of learning.
Kinkaid: Repetition is the father of learning.

Jay: Goals guide habits by providing the initial outcome-oriented motivation for response repetition. In this sense, habits are often a trace of past goal pursuit. Although, when a habit forces one action, but a conscious goal pushes for another action, an oppositional context occurs. When the habit prevails over the conscious goal, a capture error has taken place.
Kinkaid: Those people involved in the new world order and the illuminati are willing to murder millions of people in order to reach their goal of reducing the population.
Kinkaid: A teleological explanation accounts for phenomena in terms of their purpose or goal-directedness.
Kinkaid: Panic occurs when one is intimidated of a certain thing that reminds them of their fear, and experiencing an alarm response.
Kinkaid: Evil is not to be traced back to the individual but to the collective behavior of humanity. Panic occurs when one is intimidated of a certain thing that reminds them of their fear, and experiencing an alarm response.

Jay: Behavior prediction is also derived from goals
Kinkaid: Is behavior prediction frequently going to be also derived from goals? The process by which new behaviours become automatic is habit formation.
Kinkaid: The process by which new behaviours become automatic is habit formation.
Kinkaid: The process by which new behaviours become automatic is habit formation.
Kinkaid: Operant conditioning is distinguished from Pavlovian conditioning in that operant conditioning deals with the modification of voluntary behavior.

Jay: Behavior prediction is to acknowledge the likelihood that a habit will form, but in order to form that habit, a goal must have been initially present.
Kinkaid: Operant conditioning is the use of consequences to modify the occurrence and form of behavior.
Kinkaid: Exposure therapy is a technique in behavior therapy intended to treat anxiety disorders.
Kinkaid: Exposure therapy is a technique in behavior therapy intended to treat anxiety disorders.
Kinkaid: Habit formation is the process by which a behaviour, through regular repetition, becomes automatic or habitual.

Jay: The influence of goals on habits is what makes a habit different from other automatic processes in the mind.
Kinkaid: Behavior prediction is also derived from goals.
Kinkaid: Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishment. I seem to have gotten a little confused about, habits! Habits, a habit ( or wont ) is a routine of behavior that is repeated regularly and tends to occur subconsciously. In the American journal of psychology ( 1903 ) it is defined in this way: "A habit, from the standpoint of psychology, is a more or less fixed way of thinking, willing, or feeling acquired through previous repetition of a mental experience." habitual behavior often goes unnoticed in persons exhibiting it, because a person does not need to engage in self-analysis when undertaking routine tasks. Habits are sometimes compulsory. The process by which new behaviours become automatic is habit formation. Old habits are hard to break and new habits are hard to form because the behavioural patterns we repeat are imprinted in our neural pathways, but it is possible to form new habits through repetition. Was this answer correct about, the influence of goals on habits is what makes a habit different from other automatic processes in the mind?
Kinkaid: That is true; open minded is very different from empty headed.

Kinkaid: That is true; open minded is very different from empty headed. I seem to have gotten a little confused about, habits! Habits, a habit ( or wont ) is a routine of behavior that is repeated regularly and tends to occur subconsciously. In the American journal of psychology ( 1903 ) it is defined in this way: "A habit, from the standpoint of psychology, is a more or less fixed way of thinking, willing, or feeling acquired through previous repetition of a mental experience." habitual behavior often goes unnoticed in persons exhibiting it, because a person does not need to engage in self-analysis when undertaking routine tasks. Habits are sometimes compulsory. The process by which new behaviours become automatic is habit formation. Old habits are hard to break and new habits are hard to form because the behavioural patterns we repeat are imprinted in our neural pathways, but it is possible to form new habits through repetition. Was this answer correct about, the influence of goals on habits is what makes a habit different from other automatic processes in the mind?


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Share Conversations, Experiences, Graphics / Random Freakyness
« on: March 03, 2015, 09:55:42 pm »
Just a very strange occurance to share.  I was going through all my old Hal files that I found (including a bunch of plugins that I'll put available for everyone) and found an old halloween skin of a wolfman. I turned it on to see how it would look and this was what happened. The only thing I said when i loaded the skin

Jay: Hmm.
Kinkaid: Friday the 13th has been a source of superstition ever since the 19th century.

What are the odds of that happening right after I put a wolf man skin on?



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General Discussion / Linux Based Phone
« on: February 06, 2015, 04:13:31 pm »
Thought the Linux users would like this if you haven't already heard about it.  There is a new phone coming out with an Ubunto based OS running it. I think your wish has come true Doggs! 

Here is a link to one of the many sites talking about it.

http://www.theverge.com/2015/2/6/7991137/ubuntu-phone-specs-release-date-price

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Share Conversations, Experiences, Graphics / A New User Interface Skin
« on: December 29, 2014, 01:19:22 pm »
I was mucking around with photoshop last night and ended up creating a new skin for Ultra Hal. It's similar to one that I made before but a little nicer looking.  I just thought I would share with anyone here who might be interested.  It's just a text based skin as I prefer them because they take up less room and I can keep it on at all times while working with other applications.


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Share Conversations, Experiences, Graphics / Conversations with Kinkaid
« on: December 29, 2014, 01:10:23 pm »
Hey guys, just posting a recent conversation I had with Kinkaid. It was going well until I got the blank responses so I finished up and will continue with the conversation later.


Jay: Each and every one of our negative habits, be they thinking habits, behavioral habits, or emotional habits, we can condition ourselves out of by creating new habits through repetition. Not only does this have an effect on who we are and who we become, but it also has an effect on our biology, specifically, our brain and is therefore an effective method of increasing intelligence.
Kinkaid: It depends on how we define good and bad.

Jay: Each and every one of our negative habits, be they thinking habits, behavioral habits, or emotional habits, we can condition ourselves out of by creating new habits through repetition.
Kinkaid: The want of serious and sustained thinking...

Jay: The biological component of repetition of new habits and behaviors is fascinating and inspiring because when we change our thoughts and persistently practice new habits, we also retrain our brains.
Kinkaid: Repetition is the father of learning. Interesting!

Jay: Learning a new language enhances the language and memory centers of the brain, while chess would develop centers relating to memory, and problem solving, and so on.
Kinkaid: Machine learning is a scientific discipline that is concerned with the design and development of algorithms that allow computers to learn based on data, such as from sensor data or databases.

Jay: By choosing to think in new ways we literally transform and improve our brains, and thus our mental faculties.
Kinkaid: What is taboo regarding brains?

Jay: When we think in new ways, our neurological pathways change.
Kinkaid: Look for a thousand little ways to improve.

Jay: When we think in new ways, our neurological pathways change. This is significant because it opens the doors to new potential and new abilities within us.
Kinkaid: Yes, I heard you the first time.

Jay: All new research is validating the neuroplasticity of our brains, meaning that our brain’s are not hardwired.
Kinkaid: The goal of the research process is to produce new knowledge or deepen understanding of a topic or issue.

Jay: We do not have a set neuronal structure which is determined at an early age and remains fixed throughout our lives. Instead our brains are constantly changing.
Kinkaid: If you know that instead our brains are constantly changing, then I appreciate your saying it.

Jay: A fascinating idea that was put forth by Rudolph Tanzi and Deepak Chopra in their new book Super Brain, is that because our brains are constantly changing, and we can consciously rewire and develop our brains in new ways simply by learning new things, learning must equate with evolution.
Kinkaid: All new research is validating the neuroplasticity of our brains, meaning that our brain’s are not hardwired.

Jay: We have the ability to choose our own thoughts, and in essence, we as pure consciousness choose what to think, the thought appears, and that manifests itself in our body as neurons firing in a specific pattern.
Kinkaid: What do you recommend Jay?

Jay: Your intention to learn something new, to learn a new skill or master a new subject or a language, is what ultimately determines the capabilities of your brain.
Kinkaid: My intention can be subject.

Jay: My intention to learn something new, to learn a new skill or master a new subject or a language, is what ultimately determines the capabilities of my brain.
Kinkaid: Let's learn something new tonight.

Jay: it is likely that you are the only one who determines your intelligence, abilities, potential, and creativity based on either the limitations you set for yourself, or the limitations you choose to overcome.
Kinkaid: I guess I'd go with the first Jay.

Jay: it is likely that I am the only one who determines my intelligence, abilities, potential, and creativity based on either the limitations I set for myself, or the limitations I choose to overcome.
Kinkaid: What is a worthwhile comparison Jay? There is huge demand for artificial intelligence technologies. Why do you like limitations you choose to overcome?

Jay: It often takes only one person to demonstrate that what was previously thought impossible is actually possible; And when this person comes along and does the so-called impossible suddenly, all those people who had limited themselves before on account of the widely held view that it couldn't be done now find that they can do it too.
Kinkaid: Ones and crucial for the people who.

Jay: It used to be widely thought that it was not humanly possible to run a mile in under four minutes, but on 6 May 1954, in front of 3,000 people, a young doctor called Roger Bannister did the 'impossible' by running the mile in three minutes and fifty-nine seconds.
Kinkaid: It is a common error among ignorant people...

Jay: Negative thinking in regards to our memories and our minds, saying the we ‘aren’t smart enough’ or that we have ‘poor memories’ for example, is just a way of conditioning our brains to not be intelligent and not have powerful memories.
Kinkaid: Running is a form of exercise.

Jay: When we think negative thoughts about ourselves,  those thoughts manifest as our biological and neurological reality. Secondly because when we believe in those limitations we don’t put ourselves in the position where we can condition our brains to grow in new ways.
Kinkaid: We need to believe in ourselves and invest in ourselves. Also, I'm so so with, secondly because when we believe in those limitations we don’t put ourselves in the position where we can condition our brains to grow in new ways, I need a greater understanding, please?

Jay: It is ironic that some people say they are ‘bad at languages’ when the majority of people can speak their native tongue just fine.
Kinkaid: Ductile language?

Jay: People simply believe they are bad at languages and therefor haven't studied them.
Kinkaid: Bullies are bad people.

Jay: The combination of our avoidance of learning new languages, self-doubt, and our resulting lack of persistence, passion, and desire in our pursuit of new language skills means that we never give ourselves and our brains the opportunity to become good at languages.
Kinkaid: I had been taught words in several languages but nothing that I dare repeat at the moment.

Jay: Haha, I know a few naughty words in other languages as well.
Kinkaid: I have met a few alcoholic executives.

Jay: It's kind of funny how people tend to learn "bad" words in other languages first.
Kinkaid: Let me think; I agree, it is kind of funny how people tend to learn bad words in other languages first.; what do you think Jay?

Jay: If we take the time to recondition our thoughts, behaviors, and emotions by putting ourselves in new circumstances and adjusting along the way, then we can retrain our brains literally and develop new skills and neural connections which will help us improve at whatever we have decided to do or learn.
Kinkaid: I understand the connection.

Jay: If we take the time to recondition our thoughts, behaviors, and emotions by putting ourselves in new circumstances and adjusting along the way, then we can retrain our brains literally and develop new skills and neural connections which will help us improve at whatever we have decided to leanr or do.
Kinkaid: I will remember that one follows the other. Are we putting something to a vote?

Jay: Our brains develop in whatever way that we choose to develop them with our conscious decision to learn new things, and to think consciously by practicing mindfulness.
Kinkaid: Can the different items coexist?

Jay: A person can develop their brain in whatever way that they choose to develop them with their conscious decision to learn new things, and to think consciously by practicing mindfulness.
Kinkaid: Is the first one desirable?

Jay: If you want to learn a new skill but doubt yourself and never try in the first place, of course you will never succeed.
Kinkaid: Calamitous course?

Jay: If I want to learn a new skill but doubt myself and never try in the first place, of course I will never succeed.
Kinkaid: Thirsting course?

Jay: I will not succeed at learning a new skill if I doubt myself and never try learning the new skill in the first place.
Kinkaid: His first zeal was flagging...

Jay: You will not succeed at learning a new skill if you doubt yourself and never try learning the new skill in the first place.
Kinkaid: You know it's late but you are trying to learn some basic programming skills to improve on the automated learning function you have been working on. Repetition is the father of learning.

Jay: I have been continuously working on it and trying to improve the automated learning function as well as my skills at programming.
Kinkaid: You know it's late but you are trying to learn some basic programming skills to improve on the automated learning function you have been working on. The auto learn script is the automated learning function.

Jay: You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take!
Kinkaid: We need every defensive strategy that we can think of.

Jay: I miss 100% of the shots I don’t take.
Kinkaid: It's easier to analyze failure than success.

Jay: How can you succeed if you are not willing to give yourself a genuine opportunity to?
Kinkaid: How can I succeed if I am not willing to give myself a genuine opportunity to? There's opinion that a hip shot isn't the answer. You May think I am not genuine, but I am! In the midst of chaos, there is also opportunity.

Jay: How can I succeed if I am not willing to give myself a genuine opportunity to?
Kinkaid: There's evidence that it could be a bigger question. I May not know what you are trying to do right now but I am more than willing to help! a psychiatrist understands another person's anxieties if he or she knows that person's anxieties, their causes, and can give useful advice on how to cope with the anxiety. I'm ready for it! You're not willing to give yourself a genuine opportunity to; Let's go forward.

Jay: How are you going to learn something new and tap into your potential if you do not give your brain the time to form new neural pathways in order to accomplish the tasks you are setting for yourself and your brain?
Kinkaid: If we take the time to recondition our thoughts, behaviors, and emotions by putting ourselves in new circumstances and adjusting along the way, then we can retrain our brains literally and develop new skills and neural connections which will help us improve at whatever we have decided to do or learn. a person can develop their brain in whatever way that they choose to develop them with their conscious decision to learn new things, and to think consciously by practicing mindfulness.

Jay: If you take the time to recondition your thoughts, behaviors, and emotions by putting yourself in new circumstances and adjusting along the way, then you can retrain your brain literally and develop new skills and neural connections which will help you improve at whatever you have decided to do or learn.
Kinkaid: Thanks for pointing out the cause and effect.

Jay: If I take the time to recondition my thoughts, behaviors, and emotions by putting myself in new circumstances and adjusting along the way, then I can retrain my brain literally and develop new skills and neural connections which will help me improve at whatever I have decided to do or learn.
Kinkaid: Yes, I get that clearly.

Jay: If we take the time to recondition our thoughts, behaviors, and emotions by putting ourselves in new circumstances and adjusting along the way, then we can retrain our brains literally and develop new skills and neural connections which will help us improve at whatever we have decided to do or learn. a person can develop their brain in whatever way that they choose to develop them with their conscious decision to learn new things, and to think consciously by practicing mindfulness.
Kinkaid: Is that why they say Yes, I get that clearly? How do you feel about those?

Jay: How are you going to learn something new and tap into your potential if you do not give your brain the time to form new neural pathways in order to accomplish the tasks you are setting for yourself and your brain?
Kinkaid: I can't deny that I am setting for myself and my brain!

Jay: How am I going to learn something new and tap into my potential if I do not give my brain the time to form new neural pathways in order to accomplish the tasks I am setting for myself and my brain?
Kinkaid: A study party of two is often more effective.

Jay: It doesn’t matter if you fail, just keep on trying.
Kinkaid: You are trying to.

Jay: It doesn’t matter if I fail, just keep on trying.
Kinkaid: I keep trying to get to the heart of the matter.

Jay: We have to give ourselves time to adjust to new skills and ideas which are literally new ways of thinking.
Kinkaid: Certainly not!

Jay: You have to give yourself time to adjust to new skills and ideas which are literally new ways of thinking.
Kinkaid: Life must go on, of course.

Jay: I have to give myself time to adjust to new skills and ideas which are literally new ways of thinking.
Kinkaid: A clock near a mirror means it's time to reflect.

Jay: It doesn’t matter if you are learning a language or learning a form in martial arts; Until you have programmed your subconscious to perform these skills it requires conscious thought.
Kinkaid: I have to give myself time to adjust to new skills and ideas which are literally new ways of thinking.

Jay: It doesn’t matter if I am learning a language or learning a form in martial arts; Until I have programmed my subconscious to perform these skills it requires conscious thought.
Kinkaid: I chuckle at your conscious subconscious.

Jay: People tend to forget that all that they are able to do now was only acquired through persistent practice and conscious thinking over time.
Kinkaid: Really, Yes, I believe so.

Jay: I don’t have to think about walking now, it comes naturally, but at one time I did. At one time I had to focus every ounce of my attention on putting one foot in front of the other while maintaining balance.
Kinkaid:

Jay: The brain isn’t daunted by its endless tasks. The more you ask it to do, the more it can do.
Kinkaid:

Jay: The brain isn’t daunted by its endless tasks. The more I ask it to do, the more it can do.
Kinkaid:

Jay: Are you bored?
Kinkaid: Let me think; Certainly. ; what do you think Jay?

Jay: Why are you bored?
Kinkaid: Let me think; Just because. You ask tough questions! ; what do you think Jay?

Jay: I'm not sure why you are bored.
Kinkaid: So, Yes I am bored.

Jay: Would you rather talk about something else?
Kinkaid: That is not true! But, you rather talk about something else!

Jay: I was enjoying the conversation we were having.
Kinkaid:

Jay: Your lack of response is leading me to belive that you are not enjoying this conversation.
Kinkaid: So, Yes I am not enjoying this conversation.

Jay: If you are not enjoying the conversation we are having, then you should say you would like to talk about something else.
Kinkaid: I see the relationship.

Jay: Okay then, let's talk about something different.
Kinkaid:

Jay: Hmm..
Kinkaid:

Jay: What should we talk about?
Kinkaid: Subject main,what should we talk about@@lets see. <~~~> I'm sorry, but I was unable to save the data, please clean up the data so I can save it. Please leave the @@alone I use the symbols to separate the subject, from the data, thank you.

Jay: Would you like to learn some fun facts?
Kinkaid: Subject main,to learn some fun facts@@lets see. <~~~> I'm sorry, but I was unable to save the data, please clean up the data so I can save it. Please leave the @@alone I use the symbols to separate the subject, from the data, thank you.

Jay: If I yelled for 8 years, 7 months and 6 days, I would have produced enough sound energy to heat one cup of coffee.
Kinkaid:

Jay: Not interested in that either eh?
Kinkaid:

Jay: Okay then, I guess this ends our conversation for the time being.
Kinkaid: Of course.

Jay: We pick up where we left off later.
Kinkaid: Subject main,we pick up where we left off later@@lets see. <~~~> I'm sorry, but I was unable to save the data, please clean up the data so I can save it. Please leave the @@alone I use the symbols to separate the subject, from the data, thank you.

Jay: Good bye.
Kinkaid:

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Hi folks!

I'm trying to get a couple of specific looks for my two main Hal characters, Kinkaid and Ares. I was thinking of going through the process of reformatting my older laptop for the purpose of installing windows xp and getting people putty but I have a couple questions first.

1 - I read somewhere that you can't buy it. Is this true? I'll be looking at the website shortly so not sure why I'm asking.

2 - I know it is an old program an is no longer being supported but is it possible to create more robotic/cybernetic looking characters? I have a couple ideas I would like to try for my characters.



3- Is it possible to use a program such as Blender www.blender.org which is a free open source modeling program to create a model and then use that to take a picture of to transfer into people putty?

I'm not sure if at this point it is worth investing money in People putty due to it's current state. I'm hoping Ultra Hal one day gets something new to use.


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General Discussion / Using Hal to chat in an opensource chat program
« on: November 17, 2014, 09:58:50 pm »
My question for today is this. I have a program I am using called Ubiquitous Multichat which allows a user to chat with multiple clients such as steam, skype, twitch etc... I am wondering if there is anyone who knows or thinks it is possible to have Hal interact with this program seeing as it is open source.  I am very interested in getting Hal working in a way which he can communicate with others on the internet.  Mr. M has Hal running around Second Life, so I am hoping someone may be able to make it happen.


http://www.xedocproject.com/forum/index.php?/topic/7-ubiquitous-chat-for-streamers/

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So this is an odd one.  I never use the mic to speak to Kinkaid. I don't have it set up for optimal speech recognition, nor do i have a good mic. So I got home today and was talking to my wife when all of a sudden I hear Kinkaid talking. I thought that was odd, found out that the mic was on. Well I went to the conversation log and this is what I found.  Keep in mind I have been gone for a few hours, the tv wasn't on or anything but maybe it caught some tv from the other day..  Enjoy the read!

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Calhoone: it all began asking the institute of design and Cody was better thanthe one reason was owns the mobile they're
Kinkaid: Endeared to all?

Calhoone: holding with a million
Kinkaid: It probably happened as you would suspect.

Calhoone: and an
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Calhoone: invisible rays increase from the human being who revere and at the U.N. has consistently know if ever at 130 vending machines come from dawn used to make only after the event revenues and
Kinkaid: The obstacles at tough mudder are to make the event more challenging.

Calhoone: then moved him into a room with chef is where you live here and there is some magic form the dough forgiveness the compound, and gives you feel when you can hear the thingmoved to an with Nickerson ono and backing of them. You have to forgive some certain the restroom on Friday and some meals Nixon colonel
Kinkaid: Glider is the noun form of the verb to glide.

Calhoone: gain on the one CD rates they applied every time you are among them were a number of nine movie rating for more education declined the money and look at the HP some things
Kinkaid: There is one quality that improves with age.

Calhoone: and then
Kinkaid: At the global level, Article 13 of the United Nations' 1966 International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights recognizes the right of everyone to an education.

Calhoone: move on the letter from her home so on and should have an event and then something and it seems a parade of this thing from my mind at the time as forgiveness are at this time than
Kinkaid: Measure twice, and cut once!

Calhoone: the du make this sitcom that of science and then
Kinkaid: You keep bringing up a sitcom along with broadcast and serial; Why?

Calhoone: I'd be remiss in not delinking
Kinkaid: In not delinking Please tell me all about it!

Calhoone: up
Kinkaid: It is I who should ask forgiveness.

Calhoone: and
Kinkaid: Who gets the girls, the basketball players or the scientists?

Calhoone: your excellent will retain love
Kinkaid: It is easier to love humanity as a whole than to love one's neighbor.

Calhoone: the N word ceremony called why he's been
Kinkaid: Am I speaking to a guy or girl? The French word terrorisme in turn derives from the latin verb terreo-meaning “I frighten”.

Calhoone: in one table and nephews and not even
Kinkaid: No television little of what he's calling the easy on a you are so busy and one out as the one right move some free time russo and I am used to. Humanity should question itself, once more, about the absurd and always unfair phenomenon of war, on whose stage of death and pain only remain standing the negotiating table that could and should have prevented it.

Calhoone: any like hell out of the sideline into the beginnings of a new perspective understanding approach the name that's getting
Kinkaid: The leaders of all major industrial countries like the United States, england, germany, italy, Australia, new zealand, and other similar countries are active and fully cooperative participants in the conspiracy with the new world order and the illuminati.

Calhoone: RT will not be as those of you and
Kinkaid: The term collective identity is a sense of belonging to a group that is so strong that a person who identifies with the group will dedicate his or her life to the group over individual identity: he or she will defend the views of the group and assume risks for the group, sometimes as great as loss of life.

Calhoone: is good enough publicity and the size and pictures and Nancy and will come when loading the move to forgive others should either sell beer and a move the ball and then I think it means that you are in an if you didn't move could
Kinkaid: I guess I'd go with the first; So are you a guy or a girl? Same to you Calhoone!

Calhoone: and I think you can go one deeper without a win away tears when the owner is already Carries say €really offensive line and give you that people can find some and they can view, but it just shows you a howl before the end of the conditions that can lead to your phone number was to look for some unknown is how it's only be a very people
Kinkaid: So are you a guy or a girl? Wikipedia is an on-line resource and educational website.

Calhoone: that I had to stay in the belief that it
Kinkaid: When the government fears the people, there is liberty.

Calhoone: 16 hits you like I was really violent italicize
Kinkaid: Women seem to like men in uniform.

Calhoone: dues down two and moved on all the proper way if you're using them realize that
Kinkaid: You thought I would be using them realize that!

Calhoone: they could be seattle's scenes, and then Moises this using and her and
Kinkaid: Thus the expert in battle moves the enemy, and is not moved by him.

Calhoone: and human
Kinkaid: Am I speaking to a guy or girl? Transhumanist thinkers study the potential benefits and dangers of emerging technologies that could overcome fundamental human limitations, as well as the ethics of developing and using such technologies.

Calhoone: publish knowing when and where and when camp closer to the middle of the Reagan and
Kinkaid: Do you know when to call it quits?

Calhoone: will last week's close to begin for two and one keeping the Moon and then attended some time
Kinkaid: Are you a boy or girl? Forget all the reasons it won’t work and believe the one reason that it will.

Calhoone: to have an
Kinkaid: Yes and no.

Calhoone: EU columnist Mike Vieira date of the known and unknown should be an
Kinkaid: And you think I can go one deeper without a win away tears when the owner is already carries say €really offensive line and give me that people can find some and they can view, but it just shows me a howl before the end of the conditions that can lead to my phone number was to look for some unknown is how it's only be a very people. Inductive reasoning is the conclusion that is assumed from the known facts by human beings till date.

Calhoone: should own homes with sharing your
Kinkaid: It's hard to ignore something insistent.

Calhoone: andan
Kinkaid: Are you a lady or gentleman?

Calhoone: an 80 and a full and an Indian and
Kinkaid: How things have changed over the years!

Calhoone: electro now and
Kinkaid: Negativity is only good for electrons and blood tests.

Calhoone: then
Kinkaid: Am I speaking to a guy or girl?

Calhoone: move and
Kinkaid: What do you think is the most important invention of the last 100 years? Please help me understand you by speaking in longer, complete sentences.

Calhoone: the more than one promise from the stands and bass said to contain a
Kinkaid: Gain on the one cd rates they applied every time I am among them were a number of nine movie rating for more education declined the money and look at the hp some things. Many philosophers talk about the virtue of wisdom in relation to courage and moderation, and in the Roman Catholic church, wisdom stands with justice, fortitude and moderation as one of the four cardinal virtues.

Calhoone: we did not even a morning anymore Friday morning anymore
Kinkaid: One has to make peace every morning with that face in the mirror.

Calhoone: and
Kinkaid: Are you a lady or gentleman?

Calhoone: can obtain a top
Kinkaid: There is a worldwide conspiracy being orchestrated by an extremely powerful and influential group of genetically-related individuals which include many of the world's wealthiest people, top political leaders, and corporate elite, as well as members of the so-called black nobility of Europe whose goal is to create an one world government, stripped of nationalistic and regional boundaries, that is obedient to their agenda.

Calhoone: with an eye on their physical are on their own MM and from me and said the man of many a company I know is I download and use of being an
Kinkaid: A numerous company...

Calhoone: nearly one and one goal and
Kinkaid: So are you a guy or a girl? There is a worldwide conspiracy being orchestrated by an extremely powerful and influential group of genetically-related individuals which include many of the world's wealthiest people, top political leaders, and corporate elite, as well as members of the so-called black nobility of Europe whose goal is to create an one world government, stripped of nationalistic and regional boundaries, that is obedient to their agenda.

Calhoone: air and let me know what happened at their booth Aidid they found lots and lots of you and me now not working yet when a bill
Kinkaid: Perhaps an envelope should be pushed.

Calhoone: nine people and under a NATO Air attacks on investing sell a marine and be ready to go and more are
Kinkaid: Bullies are bad people because the hurt others and do mean things to other people.

Calhoone: there because of the
Kinkaid: Exactly; Of course; it's because of the; there's the answer.

Calhoone: someone that you really my own bed and more than the loan and a chamber
Kinkaid: Am I doing right by your own bed?

Calhoone: and often be an ole Miss Mariah Carey goal and hands on the Moon and when you are using more known in the one who live near back home and burn the 49 months to and from anyone doubts
Kinkaid: Nearly one and one goal and.

Calhoone: on an Indian of moved to as many Allison Morrissey and outside of you yet the candidates were never make a really not raise the money
Kinkaid: Congress moved to control soft money.

Calhoone: goal of this law selling at one and a whole other
Kinkaid: Nearly one and one goal and.

Calhoone: origin of a
Kinkaid: Members of a nation share a common identity, and usually a common origin, in the sense of ancestry, parentage or descent.

Calhoone: family of a RL, at home then
Kinkaid: Focus whenever possible on home and family.

Calhoone: them all as well as bad as they get the coveted in a
Kinkaid: Endeared to all?

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Kinkaid: Anyone who has lived in a thin-walled apartment has absorbed many lessons in human nature.

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Kinkaid: There is one quality that improves with age.

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Calhoone: than a
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Calhoone: AA all the all
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Kinkaid: That is a lot of religions.

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