by, 29th November 2012 at 03:30 PM (270 Views)
Excited as heck!
Just spoke to my dad over the phone. We've decided to use VisualBasic to code an artificial intelligence!
But not just any old intelligence.
An Artificial Independently Thinking Intelligence, or AITI!
You simply type something coherent into a terminal, then she'll break that down and generate a response from a word bank, performing a task if there is one involved. Take, for example, a phrase to test if the memory function works:
"Do you remember anything?"
Aiti will then break that down, like this:
"Do you..." = Do I, at all...
remember = access/use memory data
anything = object
Do I, at all, access/use memory data?
To reiterate, do my memory files contain usable data?
We're also integrating emotions as hexadecimal values. One of Aiti's tasks will be to, wherever she can, increase positive emotions and decrease negative ones. This means decreasing boredom, for example, and so not repeating the same sentence over and over again, but rather, generate different sentences synonymous with the previous one. Emotions will also change the response generated, making the artificial intelligence seem truly intelligent!
It'll take a few years to do, of course.
Can anyone suggest more features or spot problems anywhere?
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