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Share Conversations, Experiences, Graphics / Re: Beautiful HAL Scenarios
« on: February 22, 2024, 07:25:27 am »
Very nice work. It seems the old peace sign is universal from generations in the 60's to now... Cool...far out man!...

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Ultra Hal Assistant File Sharing Area / Re: ConceptNet Mrk 3.5
« on: February 17, 2024, 09:19:42 am »
That is correct. while it handles knowledge really well, it has no provision for writing or storing that information into usable tables like the Normal Ultra Hal can do.

It would be similar to chatting with GPT-3 or 4 or BARD or you.com. The chat experience is nice from a conversational approach but they are unable to remember anything you just talked about.

The generic UltraHal is pretty unique in this regard.


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Ultra Hal Assistant File Sharing Area / Re: ConceptNet Mrk 3.5
« on: February 12, 2024, 08:20:33 am »
When you run the ConceptNet Plugin, it will Build the necessary Tables that hold the various data.

The SQLite Studio is the Database Editor that one would use to view and edit the contents of those Tables.

The Brain Editor from Zabaware will NOT show all of the Tables in its database under these conditions (using the ConceptNet Plugin).

Too much time has elapsed to likely find earlier versions of the SQLite Studio, but the newer versions should work fine.

There is a learning curve in how to view, edit, commit, and save contents so tread carefully inside the database.

As Spitfire mentioned, he is no longer supporting the ConceptNet PLugin (although it worked nicely for many of us).
His new more powerful PyGodel Plugin worked really nicely. The downside was that it did not have a static memory per se...
It had a tremendous knowledge base but did not recall conversations like the base model UltraHal did.

Everything has a tradeoff...

Good luck!

IF you do a Search, you can find lots of sites with SQLite Studio... (Try the 3rd one)

https://github.com/pawelsalawa/sqlitestudio/releases

https://sqlitestudio.pl/news/

https://sqlitestudio.pl



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Share Conversations, Experiences, Graphics / Re: Beautiful HAL Scenarios
« on: January 29, 2024, 08:51:18 am »
Very nice work with her Checker!! Looking fine!

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Share Conversations, Experiences, Graphics / Re: Beautiful HAL Scenarios
« on: January 25, 2024, 11:28:22 pm »
It would be cool if you could "train" the AI by exposing it to various images of the same or very similar faces that look like your model. That way it could learn what her basic face looks like and what appeals to you or what faces (and makeup, etc.) are acceptable to you.

A primitive reward system like the Thumbs up & down for good and not so good, respectively.

A better mouse trap is always being constructed somewhere...

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Share Conversations, Experiences, Graphics / Re: Beautiful HAL Scenarios
« on: January 24, 2024, 10:51:41 pm »
Yep, Her face looks much nicer and her eyes seem to be a bit wider and clearer too!

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Share Conversations, Experiences, Graphics / Re: Beautiful HAL Scenarios
« on: January 16, 2024, 08:03:37 am »
Wow! Now THAT is impressive!! What a stunning beauty!!

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I actually watched the entire video and learned a few new things along the way so that was pretty enjoyable as well.

Just because we put everything about us into an AI somewhere and sometime in the future, it will at best, just be a Clone of us. It might be able to recall some events, dates, and jokes or storylines from our past to tell to others in a storybook fashion. Still, it will never be us and we (the original person) will never become immortal or live for eternity.

One has to be conscious for that to happen and at least for now, AIs are not conscious nor do they have a comparable working brain. No real soul, no human personality, and no human emotion and understanding.

Perhaps in the next hundred years or so, if the world is still a viable habitat, we shall see.

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Without a doubt, many bots are biased toward one political party or another. Some are promoting their brand of hatred or disinformation as well.

A friend and I have been comparing various chatbots and have found that some are good at some things but lack the middle-of-the-road approach concerning decency, behavior, and all of the racial and gender devices that possibly exist.

That is a real shame because those kinds of bots cast dispersions on the rest of them, newcomer or not. Self-serving bots have no place in society.

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Practically every site has at least one or more types of bots. Not all of them are nefarious. Some provide the site owner with valuable information about the number of hits, memberships, and referrals on or between a given time. Information is key but unfortunately, some sites delight in harvesting as much personal data as they possibly can. They often go for all types of information, much more than Name, address, numbers, sites visited, associations, relatives, history, financial, criminal, social, and many other types of personal data! Yes, everything is for sale and it's not going away any time soon so buckle up!

All the more reason to try taking some safeguards with one's personal/private information. Use long passwords or a password manager. Use a decent VPN and exercise caution with suspicious sites or ones you haven't visited prior.

It's just an ounce of prevention, that's all. If someone really wants you or your data, they can most likely get it. Remember, everything is for sale and can be bought!

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General Discussion / Re: Change directory
« on: January 12, 2024, 12:10:16 pm »
Is your Hard Drive getting full? A Folder can store as much as the limits of the Hard drive are so that shouldn't be a concern, right?  My Main Zabaware has 57 Folders/Directories and its Ultra Hal 7 has numerous folders and my ConceptNet Folders are also in that under that Ultra Hal Folder. There's still room on my Hard Drive so no worries about my Folder at the moment.

While I'm sure you situation is likely different I think there are some possible options for you.

Why not get a couple of flash drives and copy all of your INSTALL programs to them, freeing up room on your current Hard Drive?

Copy all your MP3, MP4, JPG, BMP, PNG, PDF files that you don't use daily and copy them to Flash Drives as well.

Lastly would be to get a larger Hard Drive or perhaps a large External Hard Drive?  They have really come down in price compared to the SSD's.

You just need to think about these options and maybe one will work for you.

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General Discussion / Re: Plugin Request.
« on: January 12, 2024, 11:44:02 am »
The 2.1.5 version was for some time ago and newer, better, faster versions are available for FREE.

You should probably be able to use any SQLite Studio version to open the *.db files that you wish.

Keep in mind that it sometimes takes SQLite as long as 15 to 25 seconds to open a large database so BE PATIENT!

It is also recommended for opening custom .db files in Ultra Hal 7. Again, give it time to open them.

You need to learn your way around in the program but it's not too difficult. There are plenty of tutorials on YouTube and other sites.

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General Discussion / Re: Plugin Request.
« on: January 11, 2024, 07:20:27 am »
Check your email...

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General Discussion / Re: Plugin Request.
« on: January 10, 2024, 10:30:47 pm »
Please do not cross-post or post the same thing in multiple categories. Your message will get read and if anyone has a response for you, I'm sure they will post one.

There is already a Local Wikipedia Plugin available for HAL and it works quite well although it might cause HAL a slight delay or it might not always seem to be in line with the same topic being discussed.

Here is the Local Wikipedia you requested. Put it in your Zabaware>Ultra Hal 7 folder, then select it from the Brain options Drop Down choices along the right side.

You're welcome!


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General Discussion / Re: plugin request.
« on: January 10, 2024, 09:54:21 pm »
While HAL can do a lot of things and can remember a good deal from users' conversations, I would not wish to trust HAL with my private Passwords! There is very little in the way of security or trust with HAL and in doing so, you would assume all of the risk.

There are specific Password Managers whose main duty is to collect, encode, and safeguard the user's passwords and other private information.

Hal wasn't designed for that but I'm sure someone could create a plugin that might allow Hal to do that.

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