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  • Chatbot Kate, Unknown | Virtual Assistant Kate | Virtual agent Kate | Chat bot Kate | Conversational agent Kate | (12465)
    1 E circus 1 Eccky 1 Ecreation 39 eGain 5 ejTalk 1 Elitech 1 Elizabeth Perreau 1 Elzware 3 Eran Elias 1 Evature 1 EVIL Limited 1 Existor 1 Ferid Movsumov 1 Fido Intelligence 14 Francesco Lentini 1 Fred Beckhusen 1 Gaitobot 1 Game Gestalt 1 Game Group Düsseldorf 1 Gary Miller 1 Geo System 2 Get Abby 4 Getwebscript william Healy 1 Gregory G Leedberg 1 Guile 3D Studio 1 GW Crossmedia 1 Haley Drucker 1 Heather McKeen 1 Help Interactive 1 Human Media Interaction research group Twente University 1 Humanity Online 1 I A Industrie 1 Icegreen Technologies 1 Icogno 3 Inago 1 Inbenta 31 Incesoft 6 Indisys 3 Infonetax 1 InfraDrive 1 InfraDrive Inc 1 Inside 2 Insite 2 InteliWISE 39 Intellichat 1 Intelligent Toys 1 IntelliResponse 8 International Language Machines Ltd 1 Intoote 1 isoco 1 IT EDV Consulting 1 Iyouboushi 1 Jamie Kowalski 1 Jan Bogaerts 1 Jason L Hutchens 2 Jean François Battistini 1 Jeff Watkins 1 Jefferson Mendes Silva 1 Jeremy Gardiner 1 Jim Koch 1 John DeFino 1 Jon Booth 1 Joseph Weizenbaum 1 Joy Harwood 1 JT 1 Juergen Pirner 1 Julien Angeli 1 Ken DeVellis 1 Ken Hurtubise 1 Kenneth Mark Colby 1 Kevin Copple 1 King Tut Media 1 KMP 1 Kubukla 1 Kurzweil Technologies 1 Lennart Lopin 1 Lenton Technology 1 Liketribe 2 LinguaSys 1 Live Presence 2 Lost Boys 1 Machine Creations Ltd 1 Marco Grohmann 2 Marcus Endicott 1 Mark Conell 1 Martin Dalby 1 Martin Reichel und Andreas Barth 1 Matthew Brown 1 Matthew Jakobson 1 Matthew Rodgers 1 Matthews Rodgers 1 Maybank Malaysia 1 Media Republic 1 Media Semantics 1 Metaverse Technology 1 Mi persona en la universidad 1 Michal Zalewski 1 Microsoft 6 Mike 1 Mike Tonge 1 Mindskate 1 Mind Construct 1 Mohan Embar 1 Monica Lamb 1 Moti Joseph 1 MSN 15 Multimap 1 MultiMedia Agentur Pollmer 2 MyCyberTwin 16 Nanosemantics 7 Next IT 11 Niccola Durran 1 No Hold 1 NoHold 21 Novomind 12 Nuance 31 Oberon 2 Oberon Interactive 6 Oleg Korchagin 1 Onlinetools pl 6 Ougle 1 Outfit7 1 Pannous 1 Paphus Solutions 4 Patti Roberts 2 Paul Rowland 1 PetaMem 1 Peter Hurford 1 PIER Authors 1 Pixelwings 1 Planet 9 Studios 7 Precognitive Systems 1 Princeton Artificial Intelligence 2 professor Ron Chang Lee 2 Project AIM Team 1 psimagus 1 Q Go 1 R I Software Developers 1 Raider 1 Rebot me 1 Rene Brunner 1 Richard Wallace 3 Rick Fare Inc 1 RIOT Software 1 Robby Garner 3 Robert Važan 1 Robotsin2008 5 Ron C Lee 1 Ron Cylkowski 1 Ron Ingram 1 Sally Cruikshank 1 salvatore mocciaro 1 Saulo Popov Zambiasi 1 Semantia 2 Sergio Parada 1 Siris 3 Site Chatters 5 SitePal 2 Sjeemz 1 Skipper McCoy 1 Spaakensoft 1 Sparkling Apps 1 Speaktoit 3 Spleak Media 1 Square Bear 1 Steven Geldof 1 Steven Laczko 1 Steven Whitacre 1 Support Machines 2 Synthetix 21 Sztuczna Inteligencja 4 TA Vision 1 Talking Video

    Original URL path: https://www.chatbots.org/virtual_assistant/kate4/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Chatbot Find Me, TSB Bank | Virtual Assistant Find Me | Virtual agent Find Me | Chat bot Find Me | Conversational agent Find Me | (12463)
    McKeen 1 Help Interactive 1 Human Media Interaction research group Twente University 1 Humanity Online 1 I A Industrie 1 Icegreen Technologies 1 Icogno 3 Inago 1 Inbenta 31 Incesoft 6 Indisys 3 Infonetax 1 InfraDrive 1 InfraDrive Inc 1 Inside 2 Insite 2 InteliWISE 39 Intellichat 1 Intelligent Toys 1 IntelliResponse 8 International Language Machines Ltd 1 Intoote 1 isoco 1 IT EDV Consulting 1 Iyouboushi 1 Jamie Kowalski 1 Jan Bogaerts 1 Jason L Hutchens 2 Jean François Battistini 1 Jeff Watkins 1 Jefferson Mendes Silva 1 Jeremy Gardiner 1 Jim Koch 1 John DeFino 1 Jon Booth 1 Joseph Weizenbaum 1 Joy Harwood 1 JT 1 Juergen Pirner 1 Julien Angeli 1 Ken DeVellis 1 Ken Hurtubise 1 Kenneth Mark Colby 1 Kevin Copple 1 King Tut Media 1 KMP 1 Kubukla 1 Kurzweil Technologies 1 Lennart Lopin 1 Lenton Technology 1 Liketribe 2 LinguaSys 1 Live Presence 2 Lost Boys 1 Machine Creations Ltd 1 Marco Grohmann 2 Marcus Endicott 1 Mark Conell 1 Martin Dalby 1 Martin Reichel und Andreas Barth 1 Matthew Brown 1 Matthew Jakobson 1 Matthew Rodgers 1 Matthews Rodgers 1 Maybank Malaysia 1 Media Republic 1 Media Semantics 1 Metaverse Technology 1 Mi persona en la universidad 1 Michal Zalewski 1 Microsoft 6 Mike 1 Mike Tonge 1 Mindskate 1 Mind Construct 1 Mohan Embar 1 Monica Lamb 1 Moti Joseph 1 MSN 15 Multimap 1 MultiMedia Agentur Pollmer 2 MyCyberTwin 16 Nanosemantics 7 Next IT 11 Niccola Durran 1 No Hold 1 NoHold 21 Novomind 12 Nuance 31 Oberon 2 Oberon Interactive 6 Oleg Korchagin 1 Onlinetools pl 6 Ougle 1 Outfit7 1 Pannous 1 Paphus Solutions 4 Patti Roberts 2 Paul Rowland 1 PetaMem 1 Peter Hurford 1 PIER Authors 1 Pixelwings 1 Planet 9 Studios 7 Precognitive Systems 1 Princeton Artificial Intelligence 2 professor Ron Chang Lee 2 Project AIM Team 1 psimagus 1 Q Go 1 R I Software Developers 1 Raider 1 Rebot me 1 Rene Brunner 1 Richard Wallace 3 Rick Fare Inc 1 RIOT Software 1 Robby Garner 3 Robert Važan 1 Robotsin2008 5 Ron C Lee 1 Ron Cylkowski 1 Ron Ingram 1 Sally Cruikshank 1 salvatore mocciaro 1 Saulo Popov Zambiasi 1 Semantia 2 Sergio Parada 1 Siris 3 Site Chatters 5 SitePal 2 Sjeemz 1 Skipper McCoy 1 Spaakensoft 1 Sparkling Apps 1 Speaktoit 3 Spleak Media 1 Square Bear 1 Steven Geldof 1 Steven Laczko 1 Steven Whitacre 1 Support Machines 2 Synthetix 21 Sztuczna Inteligencja 4 TA Vision 1 Talking Video 1 Talkingvideo 4 Talkingvideo Marco Ciofalo 1 Talkinvideo Marco Ciofalo 1 TELECOM ParisTech 1 Tera nl 2 The FriendBot Development Team 1 The Selfservice Company 61 The Virtual Zone 2 Thomas Laroche 1 Thunder Walk Productions 5 Tilde 1 Tobias Schulz 1 Transversal 4 Tree Tools 1 Tremo 1 Trinicom 3 Triumph PC Group 1 Triumph PC online 1 University of Athabascau 1 Urbisoft 1 Vashka 1 Verity Response Natvive Minds 2 Verizon 1 Virsona 1 Virtual Person

    Original URL path: https://www.chatbots.org/virtual_assistant/find_me/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Chatbot Nima, Nuance | Virtual Assistant Nima | Virtual agent Nima | Chat bot Nima | Conversational agent Nima | (12437)
    Evature 1 EVIL Limited 1 Existor 1 Ferid Movsumov 1 Fido Intelligence 14 Francesco Lentini 1 Fred Beckhusen 1 Gaitobot 1 Game Gestalt 1 Game Group Düsseldorf 1 Gary Miller 1 Geo System 2 Get Abby 4 Getwebscript william Healy 1 Gregory G Leedberg 1 Guile 3D Studio 1 GW Crossmedia 1 Haley Drucker 1 Heather McKeen 1 Help Interactive 1 Human Media Interaction research group Twente University 1 Humanity Online 1 I A Industrie 1 Icegreen Technologies 1 Icogno 3 Inago 1 Inbenta 31 Incesoft 6 Indisys 3 Infonetax 1 InfraDrive 1 InfraDrive Inc 1 Inside 2 Insite 2 InteliWISE 39 Intellichat 1 Intelligent Toys 1 IntelliResponse 8 International Language Machines Ltd 1 Intoote 1 isoco 1 IT EDV Consulting 1 Iyouboushi 1 Jamie Kowalski 1 Jan Bogaerts 1 Jason L Hutchens 2 Jean François Battistini 1 Jeff Watkins 1 Jefferson Mendes Silva 1 Jeremy Gardiner 1 Jim Koch 1 John DeFino 1 Jon Booth 1 Joseph Weizenbaum 1 Joy Harwood 1 JT 1 Juergen Pirner 1 Julien Angeli 1 Ken DeVellis 1 Ken Hurtubise 1 Kenneth Mark Colby 1 Kevin Copple 1 King Tut Media 1 KMP 1 Kubukla 1 Kurzweil Technologies 1 Lennart Lopin 1 Lenton Technology 1 Liketribe 2 LinguaSys 1 Live Presence 2 Lost Boys 1 Machine Creations Ltd 1 Marco Grohmann 2 Marcus Endicott 1 Mark Conell 1 Martin Dalby 1 Martin Reichel und Andreas Barth 1 Matthew Brown 1 Matthew Jakobson 1 Matthew Rodgers 1 Matthews Rodgers 1 Maybank Malaysia 1 Media Republic 1 Media Semantics 1 Metaverse Technology 1 Mi persona en la universidad 1 Michal Zalewski 1 Microsoft 6 Mike 1 Mike Tonge 1 Mindskate 1 Mind Construct 1 Mohan Embar 1 Monica Lamb 1 Moti Joseph 1 MSN 15 Multimap 1 MultiMedia Agentur Pollmer 2 MyCyberTwin 16 Nanosemantics 7 Next IT 11 Niccola Durran 1 No Hold 1 NoHold 21 Novomind 12 Nuance 31 Oberon 2 Oberon Interactive 6 Oleg Korchagin 1 Onlinetools pl 6 Ougle 1 Outfit7 1 Pannous 1 Paphus Solutions 4 Patti Roberts 2 Paul Rowland 1 PetaMem 1 Peter Hurford 1 PIER Authors 1 Pixelwings 1 Planet 9 Studios 7 Precognitive Systems 1 Princeton Artificial Intelligence 2 professor Ron Chang Lee 2 Project AIM Team 1 psimagus 1 Q Go 1 R I Software Developers 1 Raider 1 Rebot me 1 Rene Brunner 1 Richard Wallace 3 Rick Fare Inc 1 RIOT Software 1 Robby Garner 3 Robert Važan 1 Robotsin2008 5 Ron C Lee 1 Ron Cylkowski 1 Ron Ingram 1 Sally Cruikshank 1 salvatore mocciaro 1 Saulo Popov Zambiasi 1 Semantia 2 Sergio Parada 1 Siris 3 Site Chatters 5 SitePal 2 Sjeemz 1 Skipper McCoy 1 Spaakensoft 1 Sparkling Apps 1 Speaktoit 3 Spleak Media 1 Square Bear 1 Steven Geldof 1 Steven Laczko 1 Steven Whitacre 1 Support Machines 2 Synthetix 21 Sztuczna Inteligencja 4 TA Vision 1 Talking Video 1 Talkingvideo 4 Talkingvideo Marco Ciofalo 1 Talkinvideo Marco Ciofalo 1 TELECOM ParisTech 1 Tera nl 2 The FriendBot Development Team 1

    Original URL path: https://www.chatbots.org/virtual_assistant/nima/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Chatbot Martin, Keolis | Virtual Assistant Martin | Virtual agent Martin | Chat bot Martin | Conversational agent Martin | (12435)
    1 Game Gestalt 1 Game Group Düsseldorf 1 Gary Miller 1 Geo System 2 Get Abby 4 Getwebscript william Healy 1 Gregory G Leedberg 1 Guile 3D Studio 1 GW Crossmedia 1 Haley Drucker 1 Heather McKeen 1 Help Interactive 1 Human Media Interaction research group Twente University 1 Humanity Online 1 I A Industrie 1 Icegreen Technologies 1 Icogno 3 Inago 1 Inbenta 31 Incesoft 6 Indisys 3 Infonetax 1 InfraDrive 1 InfraDrive Inc 1 Inside 2 Insite 2 InteliWISE 39 Intellichat 1 Intelligent Toys 1 IntelliResponse 8 International Language Machines Ltd 1 Intoote 1 isoco 1 IT EDV Consulting 1 Iyouboushi 1 Jamie Kowalski 1 Jan Bogaerts 1 Jason L Hutchens 2 Jean François Battistini 1 Jeff Watkins 1 Jefferson Mendes Silva 1 Jeremy Gardiner 1 Jim Koch 1 John DeFino 1 Jon Booth 1 Joseph Weizenbaum 1 Joy Harwood 1 JT 1 Juergen Pirner 1 Julien Angeli 1 Ken DeVellis 1 Ken Hurtubise 1 Kenneth Mark Colby 1 Kevin Copple 1 King Tut Media 1 KMP 1 Kubukla 1 Kurzweil Technologies 1 Lennart Lopin 1 Lenton Technology 1 Liketribe 2 LinguaSys 1 Live Presence 2 Lost Boys 1 Machine Creations Ltd 1 Marco Grohmann 2 Marcus Endicott 1 Mark Conell 1 Martin Dalby 1 Martin Reichel und Andreas Barth 1 Matthew Brown 1 Matthew Jakobson 1 Matthew Rodgers 1 Matthews Rodgers 1 Maybank Malaysia 1 Media Republic 1 Media Semantics 1 Metaverse Technology 1 Mi persona en la universidad 1 Michal Zalewski 1 Microsoft 6 Mike 1 Mike Tonge 1 Mindskate 1 Mind Construct 1 Mohan Embar 1 Monica Lamb 1 Moti Joseph 1 MSN 15 Multimap 1 MultiMedia Agentur Pollmer 2 MyCyberTwin 16 Nanosemantics 7 Next IT 11 Niccola Durran 1 No Hold 1 NoHold 21 Novomind 12 Nuance 31 Oberon 2 Oberon Interactive 6 Oleg Korchagin 1 Onlinetools pl 6 Ougle 1 Outfit7 1 Pannous 1 Paphus Solutions 4 Patti Roberts 2 Paul Rowland 1 PetaMem 1 Peter Hurford 1 PIER Authors 1 Pixelwings 1 Planet 9 Studios 7 Precognitive Systems 1 Princeton Artificial Intelligence 2 professor Ron Chang Lee 2 Project AIM Team 1 psimagus 1 Q Go 1 R I Software Developers 1 Raider 1 Rebot me 1 Rene Brunner 1 Richard Wallace 3 Rick Fare Inc 1 RIOT Software 1 Robby Garner 3 Robert Važan 1 Robotsin2008 5 Ron C Lee 1 Ron Cylkowski 1 Ron Ingram 1 Sally Cruikshank 1 salvatore mocciaro 1 Saulo Popov Zambiasi 1 Semantia 2 Sergio Parada 1 Siris 3 Site Chatters 5 SitePal 2 Sjeemz 1 Skipper McCoy 1 Spaakensoft 1 Sparkling Apps 1 Speaktoit 3 Spleak Media 1 Square Bear 1 Steven Geldof 1 Steven Laczko 1 Steven Whitacre 1 Support Machines 2 Synthetix 21 Sztuczna Inteligencja 4 TA Vision 1 Talking Video 1 Talkingvideo 4 Talkingvideo Marco Ciofalo 1 Talkinvideo Marco Ciofalo 1 TELECOM ParisTech 1 Tera nl 2 The FriendBot Development Team 1 The Selfservice Company 61 The Virtual Zone 2 Thomas Laroche 1 Thunder Walk Productions 5 Tilde 1 Tobias Schulz 1

    Original URL path: https://www.chatbots.org/virtual_assistant/martin/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Chatbot Pierre, Saint-Gobain Weber | Virtual Assistant Pierre | Virtual agent Pierre | Chat bot Pierre | Conversational agent Pierre | (12434)
    Group Düsseldorf 1 Gary Miller 1 Geo System 2 Get Abby 4 Getwebscript william Healy 1 Gregory G Leedberg 1 Guile 3D Studio 1 GW Crossmedia 1 Haley Drucker 1 Heather McKeen 1 Help Interactive 1 Human Media Interaction research group Twente University 1 Humanity Online 1 I A Industrie 1 Icegreen Technologies 1 Icogno 3 Inago 1 Inbenta 31 Incesoft 6 Indisys 3 Infonetax 1 InfraDrive 1 InfraDrive Inc 1 Inside 2 Insite 2 InteliWISE 39 Intellichat 1 Intelligent Toys 1 IntelliResponse 8 International Language Machines Ltd 1 Intoote 1 isoco 1 IT EDV Consulting 1 Iyouboushi 1 Jamie Kowalski 1 Jan Bogaerts 1 Jason L Hutchens 2 Jean François Battistini 1 Jeff Watkins 1 Jefferson Mendes Silva 1 Jeremy Gardiner 1 Jim Koch 1 John DeFino 1 Jon Booth 1 Joseph Weizenbaum 1 Joy Harwood 1 JT 1 Juergen Pirner 1 Julien Angeli 1 Ken DeVellis 1 Ken Hurtubise 1 Kenneth Mark Colby 1 Kevin Copple 1 King Tut Media 1 KMP 1 Kubukla 1 Kurzweil Technologies 1 Lennart Lopin 1 Lenton Technology 1 Liketribe 2 LinguaSys 1 Live Presence 2 Lost Boys 1 Machine Creations Ltd 1 Marco Grohmann 2 Marcus Endicott 1 Mark Conell 1 Martin Dalby 1 Martin Reichel und Andreas Barth 1 Matthew Brown 1 Matthew Jakobson 1 Matthew Rodgers 1 Matthews Rodgers 1 Maybank Malaysia 1 Media Republic 1 Media Semantics 1 Metaverse Technology 1 Mi persona en la universidad 1 Michal Zalewski 1 Microsoft 6 Mike 1 Mike Tonge 1 Mindskate 1 Mind Construct 1 Mohan Embar 1 Monica Lamb 1 Moti Joseph 1 MSN 15 Multimap 1 MultiMedia Agentur Pollmer 2 MyCyberTwin 16 Nanosemantics 7 Next IT 11 Niccola Durran 1 No Hold 1 NoHold 21 Novomind 12 Nuance 31 Oberon 2 Oberon Interactive 6 Oleg Korchagin 1 Onlinetools pl 6 Ougle 1 Outfit7 1 Pannous 1 Paphus Solutions 4 Patti Roberts 2 Paul Rowland 1 PetaMem 1 Peter Hurford 1 PIER Authors 1 Pixelwings 1 Planet 9 Studios 7 Precognitive Systems 1 Princeton Artificial Intelligence 2 professor Ron Chang Lee 2 Project AIM Team 1 psimagus 1 Q Go 1 R I Software Developers 1 Raider 1 Rebot me 1 Rene Brunner 1 Richard Wallace 3 Rick Fare Inc 1 RIOT Software 1 Robby Garner 3 Robert Važan 1 Robotsin2008 5 Ron C Lee 1 Ron Cylkowski 1 Ron Ingram 1 Sally Cruikshank 1 salvatore mocciaro 1 Saulo Popov Zambiasi 1 Semantia 2 Sergio Parada 1 Siris 3 Site Chatters 5 SitePal 2 Sjeemz 1 Skipper McCoy 1 Spaakensoft 1 Sparkling Apps 1 Speaktoit 3 Spleak Media 1 Square Bear 1 Steven Geldof 1 Steven Laczko 1 Steven Whitacre 1 Support Machines 2 Synthetix 21 Sztuczna Inteligencja 4 TA Vision 1 Talking Video 1 Talkingvideo 4 Talkingvideo Marco Ciofalo 1 Talkinvideo Marco Ciofalo 1 TELECOM ParisTech 1 Tera nl 2 The FriendBot Development Team 1 The Selfservice Company 61 The Virtual Zone 2 Thomas Laroche 1 Thunder Walk Productions 5 Tilde 1 Tobias Schulz 1 Transversal 4 Tree Tools 1

    Original URL path: https://www.chatbots.org/virtual_assistant/pierre1/ (2016-02-11)
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  • questions about getting started | New to Chatbot programming | Development | AI Zone - AI Forum for chat bot, virtual agent, virtual assistant, virtual human, chatbot & chatterbot developers
    to implement any form of learning more advanced than simple parroting of facts without more sophisticated methods of programming Beyond that things start to get complicated very quickly At the very least you will have to decide between stochastic statistical and deterministic rule based learning methodologies A good place to start learning about the latter is http www ontologyportal org which is all about common sense reasoning and first order logic and a good example of the former is http rtw ml cmu edu rtw which is a computer program that has been reading and learning from the internet for years Posted Nov 2 2015 2 Don Patrick Senior member Total posts 705 Joined Jun 13 2013 E mail Don I hear Python is good for experimenting I d say it s a good choice There were a few posts about machine learning applied to dialog recently on the forum you might look those up Other keywords are Natural Language Processing NLP and you might want to give neural nets a try just don t ask me how to program one I have no idea You ll probably want to set up your project online to have access to a large number of people i e dialog inputs that the chatbot can learn from Alternatively people have tried having their AI read movie scripts or novels which usually they learn to repeat While it s not my field of expertise most attempts at learning dialog automatically seem to go with partial sentence matching Cleverbot is such a case and pretty bad I have to note that memorises question answer pairs that people say consequtively then remembers that e g the answer yes once coincided with the question words Are you a and human Then next time someone asks a question

    Original URL path: https://www.chatbots.org/ai_zone/viewthread/2277/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Cortana | AI thoughts | General | AI Zone - AI Forum for chat bot, virtual agent, virtual assistant, virtual human, chatbot & chatterbot developers
    if u want to tell your computer to do something instead of type it but other then that i see no real advantage to it Posted Oct 20 2015 1 Art Gladstone Senior member Total posts 137 Joined Mar 31 2012 E mail Art I kind of thought Cortana was never designed to be a chatbot but rather an Assistant much like Google Now or Voice Actions or Siri They are pretty great at providing answers to user s questions searches locations weather sports scores ticket purchases traffic emailing a friend or send messages reminders appointments alarms and countless other tasks which we have come to deem so important in our lives Yes sadly for some these Assistants couldn t carry a conversation in a bushel basket and that s a fairly large container It would add greatly to the Cool factor if they could carry a role as a conversationalist mentor teacher companion tutor friend for the elderly lonely shut in or just someone who needs to pass the time with some topical friendly chat Even better if they could connect us with our homes appliances lighting alarms Internet connected things be that Assistant AND provide a decent level of conversational chat while answering questions and remembering what we spoke about Not yet perhaps but maybe one day login or register to react Interesting chatbot with 2D world Longevity of AI powered VA s Chatbots etc Search the Forum Forum Profile AI Forum for developers of chat bot chatbot virtual agent virtual human virtual assistant and avatar technology Forum Subscription Please choose how often you d like to receive forum updates by e mail Login or register Forum Moderators Dave Morton Steve Worswick Erwin Van Lun M 31 621 567 657 Amsterdam GMT 1 Sticky Stuff TransScript Area on

    Original URL path: https://www.chatbots.org/ai_zone/viewthread/2251/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Longevity of AI powered VA's Chatbots etc | AI thoughts | General | AI Zone - AI Forum for chat bot, virtual agent, virtual assistant, virtual human, chatbot & chatterbot developers
    and transparent than groping in the dark behind a front of unknown abilities The chatbot will only give you one answer a search bar will give you all 5 available answers on the topic and if yours isn t among them at least you know it s no use to keep trying So the main problems to address are these Transparency Are we dealing with a glorified FAQ or IBM s Watson You can t tell the grade of AI by their avatar or how extensive limited its knowledge is Search efficiency It takes longer to type complete and proper sentences than to gloss over a FAQ list or search bar This is why people typically type only two keywords in Google Understanding As long as word statistics get priority over semantics answers are not often as relevant as they should be causing users to fall back to methods that they are sure will at least work When I m a customer in need of support I want my answer asap and with the least hassle When dealing with a live human we grant a lot of leeway because we know humans are flawed they give constant feedback on their understanding which makes you feel like you re getting somewhere even if slowly and the fact that it s their job makes it their hassle Solutions For starters extensive additional feedback rather than one fingers crossed reply A narrow down approach would be much more preferable because then at least you get the feeling you re getting somewhere Secondly Full session context blimey You should be able to track what pages I ve visited paused on and searched for in the last minute The topics of these should be taken into account as secundary keywords when I type a question You can tell from how long I ve spent looking at an answer whether I ve found what I was looking for or am still searching Posted Sep 25 2015 7 John Flynn Member Total posts 14 Joined Nov 18 2009 E mail John I have long been of the opinion that semantics the meaning of things is the key to making revolutionary improvements in VA s An approach to providing semantics is via the Semantic Web initiative whereby ontologies can be created using a descriptive logic language designed by the W3C for that purpose OWL Ontologies provide a description of concepts in terms of classes subclasses properties sub properties and well defined relationships between these These concepts can be general in nature such as concepts of time and space They can also be more specific such as concepts of geography including oceans rivers countries cities mountains etc These high level concepts can be a factor in other more detailed descriptions and are often referred to as upper ontologies The more detailed ontologies are generally called domain specific ontologies and may describe concepts such as airplanes automobiles factories businesses sports teams and any other thing you can think of Describing these concepts using a formal descriptive language such as OWL defines the semantics of things within the ontologies such that it becomes clear how things relate to other things in a way that is machine readable These ontologies and the specific instances of data described by the ontologies is often called a knowledge base Because of the formal logic underpinning it also allows for reasoning so that if in the ontology a is expressed as equal to b and b is equal to c the reasoning process can determine that a c This process seems trivial but it is well beyond the capability of relational data bases Most subscribers of Chatbots org are familiar with the premises of the Semantic Web but very little progress has been made in actually implementing a VA using this technology One of the reasons why this has not happened is because it is difficult to create these ontologies in a way that is expressive enough to cover a broad swath of human knowledge so that the resulting knowledge base would be practical as the underpinning for a VA One approach would be to elevate the development of such ontologies from a single person or even company to a world wide project such as has been done with Wikipedia A group of volunteers could first tackle the creating of a suitable upper ontology that would provide the support for more detailed domain ontologies There has been significant previous work in the area of upper ontologies but this should be revisited with the specific goal of defining an upper ontology specifically needed to support VA s Once the upper ontology was in place then many different people groups could tackle the development of domain ontologies and over time the ontologies could eventually grow to become inclusive of a large part of human knowledge This is a huge undertaking but something along these lines is necessary in order to create truly useful VA s John Flynn http semanticsimulations com Posted Sep 26 2015 8 Alaric Schenck Senior member Total posts 188 Joined Jun 20 2012 E mail Alaric I agree with Don Understanding As long as word statistics get priority over semantics answers are not often as relevant as they should be causing users to fall back to methods that they are sure will at least work and with John s elaboration on the Semantic Web Chatbots and VAs need to better process the actual semantics of the sentences in a conversation request in order provide better responses I would add that ontologies are good for reasoning about a model of the world or a specific domain but they are limited in some important ways The human brain has a semantic memory where ontologies seem to be useful in modeling the knowledge we believe is associated with semantic memory However there we also have episodic memory and procedural memory and we can perform temporal reasoning I have not been able to find very many actual examples of

    Original URL path: https://www.chatbots.org/ai_zone/viewthread/2264/ (2016-02-11)
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