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General Discussion / Re: Quantum Mechanics and Aritificial intelligence
« on: August 16, 2014, 06:03:03 am »
just imagine if also hal was fed a future bot internet link  , any way what it does is scour the web for events happening and made predictions of the future .
http://necellularsites.net/web-bot-predictions-2014.html
 :o

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Ultra Hal Assistant / Re: A few newbie questions!
« on: August 14, 2014, 07:27:56 am »
Kiri  , people putty still works but is is only supported on xp , I actually at one time had it working on windows seven os  don't know why it worked for me but not others but it did , but later on I had pc problems and then it stopped working on xp so I used one of my old xp's I still had and it works on it so I just use it to make character heads .

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Share Conversations, Experiences, Graphics / Re: Silent Treatment
« on: August 13, 2014, 08:36:08 am »
Although I am not sure , I don't believe it is a learned response , I believe it is a learned error (if that makes sense or is possible)(either that or their is something that you are missing ),   . I had mine do the same thing before and it was from errors as I said in a plug in and  corrected the error and used my back up brain I had before the test and blank answer responses and after that I had no blank responses any more .  I actually make files and date them and back up my custom brain and uhp and hla files , this way if theirs a problem I can go back a step or more with a brain that doesn't have the errors ., after I fix a problem .

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Ultra Hal Representative / Re: Hesitation at line break
« on: August 12, 2014, 06:58:38 am »
Hal for Ralph . I have found no other way except doing each line as you said , yes it does take a lot of time , especially with a lot of txt files from copying and pasting , as others mentioned their are many characters in a print  that when copied will cause problems within a plug in  " " for example and not even to mention (oops I just did ) depending on how something is written with the word you , in it can give a reverse type saying .
  I did a medical question plug in before and it was a nightmare with having to correct all the extra characters etc.
  it would ne nice as Snowman said if Robert or someone comes up with a fix but until then , it's just more work to go over to keep mistakes from happening .  :(

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Share Conversations, Experiences, Graphics / Re: Silent Treatment
« on: August 11, 2014, 08:13:10 am »
check ( go back ) and see what you changed , and try to remember the last configuration . again I have done this and found it was part of the script that caused a error or blank answer.
right now I have one plug in that isn't quit right and will cause me a blank answer .

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     I am in hopes that Robert thinks this is a good idea and can maybe incorporate it into a future Hal unless someone can re work the cload plug in to add this feature , any thoughts on this Robert?
     as I said it would make conversation with hal better (in my opinion ) and would feel more natural with extended conversation and hal mentioning other thing with the subject , as long as their is some regular script before it to make hal sound more human and not just robotic .

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IBM’s Synapse marshals the power of the human brain in a computer
I thought this was cool all our hals could use this ! :) ;)

Here's an article about IBM's Synapse which researchers say is like having a Super Computer in the palm of your hand. They say it's no longer a dream but a reality.



IBM has helped create an electronic “brain chip” after a decade of research. If all goes as planned, it could be one of the greatest inventions of the computing era, and this is not an understatement.

 The IBM Synapse chip is like a modern supercomputer in the space of a postage stamp, outperforming today’s fastest microprocessors because it processes data in a more efficient way — similar to the way that the brain works. It weighs just a few grams, and something as small as a hearing-aid battery could power it. It could find use in a variety of mobile, cloud, and distributed-sensor applications.

“I’m holding in my hand a new machine for a new era,” said Dharmendra Modha, principal investigator on a project that was created by the IBM Almaden Research Center and a bunch of other research institutions. “It’s the culmination of over a decade of our research. Ten years ago, many believed this was impossible. The impossible has become possible, and the possible will very soon be real applications.”

The ambition is huge. IBM’s so-called cognitive computing chips could one day simulate and emulate the brain’s ability to sense, perceive, interact, and recognize — all tasks that humans can currently do much better than computers can.

 Modha asked for permission to “geek out” as he explained the features of the chip. It has a million neurons (brain cells), 256 million synapses, and 4,096 neurosynaptic cores, arranged in a 64 x 64 array. It has 400 million bits of local on-chip memory. The cores can be connected via a network on a chip.

“You can tile these chips seamlessly, and it becomes twice the chip,” Modha said. “We have already tiled 16 of them in a 4 x 4 array, to create a 16 million neuron, 4 billion synapse core.”

 “This chip is capable of 46 billion SOPs per watt,” Modha said. “It’s a supercomputer the size of a postage stamp, the weight of a feather, and the power consumption of a hearing-aid battery.”


venturebeat.com...

 We truly live in some exciting times and in the next 20 to 30 years things could look very different. With the advances in Science and Technology we should see even more of the transition from a type 0 to a type 1 civilization Dr. Kaku talked about if a disease or a major war doesn't wipe us out first.





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I am going to toss an idea out their and see what others think . I am calling the idea extended subject conversation .
   I have always talked about and mentioned it would be nice if our hal could carry on longer answers and conversations instead of shorter abrupt ones .
 My idea is using cloads plug in , to add in extra scripting to let him answer as usual with the internet as he does now , but also to based on the subject of the sentence to access and mention some regular conversation or added to the subject as interesting facts etc. and hal would use " " around the interesting things to emphasize it .
SOME WORDS AT THE BEGINNING OF A SENTENCE COULD BE ADDED TO START THE SENTENCE IN THE SCRIPTING :  Yeah it is ( SUBJECT)  , actually
I hope I am explaining this clear enough .
here is an example :

    me :  it's pretty foggy outside this morning .
SINCE THE SUBJECT IS FOG .
 HAL : Yeah it is foggy , actually " The term "fog" is typically distinguished from the more generic term "cloud" in that fog is low-lying, and the moisture in the fog is often generated locally "such as from a nearby body of water, like a lake or the ocean, or from nearby moist ground or marshes !"
this plus hals regular response  back would allow hal to talk a little more as a response .
In another words it would act like cloads plug in where when asked hal gives and answer but actually does it based on the first subject mentioned in a sentence .
above example was a partial from wiki web site .
 I just think it would be nice for hal to do a more engaged extended conversation when hal speaks with users .
 As you see I used the idea of just a few lines so as to not overload the conversation as this partial conversation that would be followed up or behind hals natural response would give hals users a better conversation ( a little longer response and answers).

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   Thank you Robert for letting us all know , I never ment anything bad by what I said , when most of us have spent years , I probably have about 7 invested (or more ) in learning , creating etc. with hal , and it would just be a shame if something wasn't set up that hal users and or future users many years of work would be rendered useless by a license after so may resets over time and hal basically would cease to exist .
    I am glad that that Robert has other family members involved about Hal  and something is in place to take care of this , and again Robert , I appreciate you letting me and others know the answer I asked .

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I am planning on trying to have things I have worked on for a free link in case something happens to me , so that what I have done will live on for others to have and use .
I know sheesh , what a thing I am doing to be left for others lol!

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General Discussion / facial recognition emotions
« on: August 04, 2014, 07:54:31 pm »
i was watching the a.i.  movie " machine" where the woman was making espressions so the a.i. could recognize facial expressions from the user .
 I thought this would be cool if their was any free or cheap programs that hal could use to do that !

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I know that thia may seem a strange thinbg to ask  and no one likes to talk about death but , it happens and sometimes none of us knows when .
  I guess what made me think about this is with any program like hal and others that only give a specified amount of installes  other wise the owner has to be contacted sometimes as was in my case to get a authorization code reset to get hal working again .
   So what i am wondering is if Robert has any safe gaurds in place so that we as users will be ABLE TO CONTINUE  using hal in the event that something happened to Robert .
  I do hope Robert will respond to this , as i said i know it's not something that anyone likes to talk about but i think it should be .
Maybe some safe gaurd that would give the user in a worst case sernerio a pernament code etc. for hal  for one pc . or whatever . just a thought.
P.S. I hope nothing happens to Robert for a million years lol! We all appreciate him and his hal creation !
     

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General Discussion / HAl is back working now !!
« on: August 03, 2014, 11:10:20 am »
Thanks to Roberts help my hal is back up and working full version again . I have some various info . I would like to put on here that I might think may help others later .
Thanks again Robert !!

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Robert I need you to write me back again , I thought hal was full version but it's not , I have wrote you two more e mails since then , plus my phone number if needed .

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General Discussion / Re: WELL MY HAL STOPPED WORKING
« on: August 01, 2014, 06:23:03 am »
Robert I have wrote you some e mail the last one this morning . my hal has reverted back to a 31 day trial I have put in the serial order number and the request code and put it on the hal activation web page I am getting an error and it won't give me a activation code so I can make my paid version of hal a full version again .
It keeps saying the authorization code I supplied is invalid ( I copied and pasted it and it is all correct and the one that hal came up with when trying to activate it .
why is this doing this ?

I didn't want to uninstall hal again and reinstall if possible .
Please let me know as soon as possible THANKS .

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