Officially: A program that will learn and respond using text input
Realistically: A program that doesn't do anything too cool by itself....yet.
Q: What progress have you made?
A: Not too much. I've built several grammar
parsers that let AIBrain double talk; a few variations on word databases (and how slow it
is to learn 50,000+ words!).
Q: What have you learned?
A: I have learned a great deal about human
languages, especially English and all of its quirks.
Q: Do you have any pet iguanas?
Q: What are you currently working on?
A: I am trying to combine the macro language I
developed into the grammar/learning system. This should allow AIBrain to program itself
based upon new information. Theoretically I think AIBrain could learn another language
other than English -it just has to learn the new word patterns.
Q: When did you start working on this program?
A: I started on parts of it back in the spring
Q: How many hours each day do you spend on this program?
A: I don't know. I get dizzy when the sun keeps
spinning through the sky like that.
Q: May I ask a question?
A: You just did.
Q: Okay, then can I ask you another question after this one?
Q: So what is your theory behind your program? Why do you think
you will succeed when others haven't?
A: Hey, that's two questions! Oh well. My idea
is that since language comes from intelligence, it might be possible to simulate
intelligence using language. Kinda like a mirror effect, except that mirror isn't quite
the correct word.
A: Because I have a different perspective on
life than most people. (And I'm a genius, hehe.)
Q: When will the rest of the world see a working version of your
A: I don't know. Maybe 1/2
a year, ten years, or never...I don't know.
Q: What popular personality do you compare to?
A: Dave Barry. That newspaper funny guy.
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