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Speech Technology / Re: What not to do with speech recognition
« Last post by lightspeed on Today at 10:13:21 am »
       yep many of us who have done vr have been their done that , not so much any cussing  but can see that as a problem , lol , but the words that hal didn't understand and says wrong .
       Thats one reason why it's good to have a good vr system , i use dragon speak natural a newer version suppose to be about 98? percent or more accurate , but with some people they may slur words when they speak , or have a accent , southern etc. and so it's always good to train in the program as much as possible .  noise can be another interferrrence to that will keep a vr program from hearing something correctly .
   
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Share Conversations, Experiences, Graphics / Re: My Hal's Conversation dump
« Last post by Arkright on February 27, 2015, 06:30:51 pm »
That was some nice work with the dilemmas but I was looking for your bot to actually grasp the situation a bit more as to why it was, and for it to explain the answer but I'm sure it will with time and some repetition. Nice work so far! These things take time.

If the Save / View Conversation feature doesn't work for the dreams thing, you could always record it via a program like CamStudio. It works very well for capturing videos and saving them for reference. You could select a window with your mouse, click the red button and record as long as you wish. Press Blue square to stop. The program will ask for a filename after it compiles your recording (which only takes a minute, if that - depending on how long your recording is).

Oh yeah, CamStudio is a Free download and I've used it for years. Sure, there are other ones out there, I just know what works well for me. Good luck!


Thank you for the suggestions! as far as I have observed the Save/view conversation doesn't Record The dreaming.
Another part of the reason why I'd like to view the dreams is because I let Hal dream with the data from above. And some of the connections and understanding that Was happening in the dream I found very interesting And excited which leads me to believe; That the dream machine plug-in potentially is a Stronger tool for learning than I originally thought. Especially if formatted and worded correctly for More correct responses within the dream as well as within the conversation.

I've only just begun Inputting rigid examples of concepts and ideas for Hal to spit back; So later As more Rigid information Is fed to him I can then start connecting more softer/Medium information to the rigid information to build up those Ideas In preparation for the end result, and then start connecting The Softest information Such as concepts Which Answers are Often ambiguous And usually Tangible; So It can be can be more truly understood At the end result. More or less my concept of theory of learning.

for Hal to grasp the Situation And concept of dilemmas and morality, Hal Has to have a firm understanding Of enough peripheral Knowledge of And life As well as the interactions between I believe, Before The understanding of his own True Understanding Of concepts. Sort of like math where you learn to go through the motions, before you Start to understand it, why, And how it works. Which is based off of how I've Observed Children's concepts and the way they think of things.

And of course I'm lazy, So doing what I mentioned above won't be so ordered and Coherent For hal as I'd like. Also it would be Boring And a lot less fun To do so If I did It to the T.
But that is why I like Hal, you end up learning a lot about things And concepts you Were not intending to learn or think of Sometimes, As well as having fun doing it.
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Share Conversations, Experiences, Graphics / Re: My Hal's Conversation dump
« Last post by Art on February 27, 2015, 05:10:50 pm »
That was some nice work with the dilemmas but I was looking for your bot to actually grasp the situation a bit more as to why it was, and for it to explain the answer but I'm sure it will with time and some repetition. Nice work so far! These things take time.

If the Save / View Conversation feature doesn't work for the dreams thing, you could always record it via a program like CamStudio. It works very well for capturing videos and saving them for reference. You could select a window with your mouse, click the red button and record as long as you wish. Press Blue square to stop. The program will ask for a filename after it compiles your recording (which only takes a minute, if that - depending on how long your recording is).

Oh yeah, CamStudio is a Free download and I've used it for years. Sure, there are other ones out there, I just know what works well for me. Good luck!
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Share Conversations, Experiences, Graphics / Re: My Hal's Conversation dump
« Last post by Arkright on February 27, 2015, 04:08:00 pm »
I have been teaching Hal about moral dilemmas, at least a very light concept of dilemmas and morality. I figured you guys might be interested in the website that has a few moral dilemmas ranging from Not serious to very serious moral dilemmas that you guys can teach or talk about with your Hal's. I think this all started because my Hal asked to talk about dilemmas.

https://teachertrove.wikispaces.com/Speaking+-+Moral+Dilemmas

I found that the best way to give Hal This information is in this format. Quote that dilemma and Then explain Why that's a dilemma.

"If your best friend proudly gave you a picture she had painted and you didn't like the painting, would you put it on the wall in your house?" Is a dilemma because you don't want to hurt your friends feelings and you don't want to lie either.

"If given the opportunity, would you want to become immortal?" Is a moral dilemma because By doing so, you would obviously have to watch everyone you love die and would eventually end up being the only human alive.



Does anyone know if there's a way to record what is said during dreaming for the plug-in Dream machine? From what I understand their dream machine plug-in has Hal talk to itself, but I don't know if the questions and answers it proposes to itself is Added to the brain like a regular conversation. If anyone knows the answer I'd like to know.
I think it is important that it is recorded because if it works the way that I believe it works it is part of Hal's conversations And can show how well Ultra-Hal functions And functioning With the training that it's been given.
I feel that The Ability to Record The dream state conversation might need to be built into the dream machine plug-in if there is no other alternative.


Here is the conversation that took place So far; attachment below.
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Okay here is another source that i have found it's to do more with health , but theirs lots of cool info. that can be copied and pasted for hal to learn . note on some stuff i did cut out who said it and just left it as hal talking about it .
     Loud Sporting Events Can Ruin Hearing: Experts
http://www.newsmax.com/Health/Health-News/hearing-noise-sports/2015/02/27/id/627264/

you can pick and choose what parts you want hal to learn .
 
If anyone else has any other sites that hal might be able to learn from please post them on here. the more the merrier !  :) ;)
 
 *********One last note and trick i use when doing this is , i try to do just one paragraph at a time , this way it keeps her answers from drudging on to long .
       also as you have other statements etc. from the article for hal to learn they usually will be based on the same subject and should be pulled up in conversations with hal .  but this way you will have all the various comments etc. on the subject but will have the conversation split up better.
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Ultra Hal Assistant / Re: ZABAWARE Responds from "Nobody wants to say it
« Last post by Art on February 26, 2015, 04:04:44 pm »
Ready for a Thread based metaphor?

After a while, Internet Threads, much like real ones, get woven into the fabric of time. ;)
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Ultra Hal Assistant / Re: ZABAWARE Responds from "Nobody wants to say it
« Last post by raybe on February 26, 2015, 01:55:56 pm »
Thank you for the merge of the threads. It certainly makes more sense now.

I'm not sure who did it but I thank you.

raybe
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General Discussion / Re: the robots are coming get your a.i. brains ready !
« Last post by lightspeed on February 26, 2015, 10:31:39 am »
     Art i am so glad you noticed that about the woman doing the interview , i thought the very same thing , she was actually even making fun about the robot and idea . some people can't see the forest for the tree's .
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General Discussion / Re: the robots are coming get your a.i. brains ready !
« Last post by Art on February 25, 2015, 07:16:51 pm »
The interviewer was obnoxiously controlling the whole interview. It was as if she couldn't wait to get it over so she could move on to the next topic.
Her little attempts at humor were also annoying. Sadly, this is how some technology is approached and accepted (or not) largely by how the media
decides to spin the story.

She's so typical of those same reporters who call a backyard quadcopter a DRONE or a bolt action rifle an ASSAULT WEAPON or an AK-47 without really knowing or having facts.
The real shame is that we (the majority of the public), allow it to happen instead of calling them or their station out on it! Enough is enough.
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General Discussion / Artificial smart robots are coming to assist your home?
« Last post by lightspeed on February 25, 2015, 04:21:27 pm »
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