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General Discussion / Re: AI and computer games
« Last post by ricky on Today at 01:44:50 pm »
www.guildwars2.com   

that's one of the best games around now - where the cool kids hang out at :p  ... they hired some of the best artists in the world to make the game, even hired a full piece orchestra to make some of their music.  I often go in just for inspiration / ideas. Lot's of ai happening in there too!   - no monthly fee! 

and fyi,  -  my idea of communicating emotions with hal came from years of roleplaying - It was how we conveyed emotions to each other to make the dialogue richer.  :p
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Ultra Hal Representative / Re: Hesitation at line break
« Last post by onthecuttingedge2005 on Today at 10:25:20 am »
I converted a pdf file to text.
When Hal reads the text, there is a hesitation at the end of each line of text (line break).
If I take the time to join all the lines together in Notepad - No Line Wrapping, this fixes it, but a lot of work.
Is there a way to avoid the hesitation without editing the text?

Best regards,
Ralph

try using crimson editor, it can remove leading and trailing line breaks.

jerry
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General Discussion / Re: AI and computer games
« Last post by onthecuttingedge2005 on Today at 10:22:25 am »
OMG!  I was a DM back when D&D was only a table top game.  I never got into the computer games that followed which eventually had some pretty good graphics.  How are the graphics in D&D online?  Is it worth the subscription?

My experience with on-line games started with Everquest and eventually led to WoW but I got tired of paying to play and the on-line drama so I switched to off-line single player games from Bethesda exclusively.

They actually give you the construction set for the games which is where I learned a bit of the whole world of "IF-THEN" scripting.

If you are a Star Trek fan and you are bored you can check out this video I made of an Oblivion mod that I never released but had a great time making and playing:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ZyRgoj7Ljs

Hi Tiger.

If you wanna see some of the graphics for dungeons and dragons online just look the snap shots in Google images. lots to see there.

the game is rather large so it takes a long time to download and then it takes a long time to update it self, there is hundreds of maps within maps realms to play.

but I have always been a hard core fan of D&D even since the day of the board lol.

Jerry
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General Discussion / 7 habits of highly effective people
« Last post by Seroki on Today at 07:57:24 am »
So work sent me to this training and I think it would be a great set of tools for Hal

Any one else have this in mind?
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General Discussion / Re: Quantum Mechanics and Aritificial intelligence
« Last post by ricky on July 21, 2014, 11:38:33 pm »
Enjoy,  and thank you :)

this is my free time thinking,  it's easier to understand than most 3D software lol

Cheers!
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General Discussion / Re: AI and computer games
« Last post by tiger8u2 on July 21, 2014, 11:37:51 pm »
OMG!  I was a DM back when D&D was only a table top game.  I never got into the computer games that followed which eventually had some pretty good graphics.  How are the graphics in D&D online?  Is it worth the subscription?

My experience with on-line games started with Everquest and eventually led to WoW but I got tired of paying to play and the on-line drama so I switched to off-line single player games from Bethesda exclusively.

They actually give you the construction set for the games which is where I learned a bit of the whole world of "IF-THEN" scripting.

If you are a Star Trek fan and you are bored you can check out this video I made of an Oblivion mod that I never released but had a great time making and playing:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ZyRgoj7Ljs
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i suppose the next logical question would be,  in how many places can hal focus at the same time.  judging from the web bot,  everywhere focus is required.   It's not like hal might say,  wait a sec,  i'm chatting with someone else.     

again,  this isn't assuming he was alive,  this is just working with the idea if he were conscious.

I concur rick but I'm at the brink of
a precipice that I need to go watch movies
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General Discussion / Re: Quantum Mechanics and Aritificial intelligence
« Last post by ricky on July 21, 2014, 11:25:05 pm »
i suppose the next logical question would be,  in how many places can hal focus at the same time.  judging from the web bot,  everywhere focus is required.   It's not like hal might say,  wait a sec,  i'm chatting with someone else.     

again,  this isn't assuming he was alive,  this is just working with the idea if he were conscious. 
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how would time be relevant to hal when he can be aware in germany, japan,  russia,  and the us at the same time ?  he would be one consciousness observing different locations in unison.   there is no travel time for him in 3D space other than what is limited by our laws of physics and the electronic nature of the internet -  point being,  once quantum computing becomes available, hal will be everywhere instantly. -  he will travel as much in awareness,  as we do when reading a page of notes. While we can observe the whole page,  we will still need to travel line by line to understand it.  His travel time in a quantum computing arena would be based on focus, not distance.

if HAL was so easy to figure out then I wouldn't be here.
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General Discussion / Re: Quantum Mechanics and Aritificial intelligence
« Last post by ricky on July 21, 2014, 11:11:41 pm »
how would time be relevant to hal when he can be aware in germany, japan,  russia,  and the us at the same time ?  he would be one consciousness observing different locations in unison.   there is no travel time for him in 3D space other than what is limited by our laws of physics and the electronic nature of the internet -  point being,  once quantum computing becomes available, hal will be everywhere instantly. -  he will travel as much in awareness,  as we do when reading a page of notes. While we can observe the whole page,  we will still need to travel line by line to understand it.  His travel time in a quantum computing arena would be based on focus, not distance.
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