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  • Intuition and Empathy | AI thoughts | General | AI Zone - AI Forum for chat bot, virtual agent, virtual assistant, virtual human, chatbot & chatterbot developers
    of Matei Visniec Pockets full of bread that illustrates this It is the story of two men talking around a well where fell a dog But instead of finding a solution to save this poor dog the whole piece is built on language the various strategies for feeding discussion and do nothing The two men argue reconcile negotiate but the important thing is that the dialogue continues Here in french http gerflint fr Base Roumanie6 despierres pdf Abstract This article studies the semantic and pragmatic functioning of dialogue in Matei Vişniec s play Du pain plein les poches The analysis shall rely on conversational pragmatics and enunciative linguistics and deal with the dynamics of interaction and speech strategies in order to bring forth the mechanisms involved in the construction of a speech induced by cowardice Understanding this mechanism could improve the way we construct our chatterbots Posted Jan 9 2016 5 Amanda June Hagarty Experienced member Total posts 70 Joined Jan 4 2016 E mail Amanda June Hagarty I haven t learned enough yet to speak definitively on this but it seems that while the AIML pattern template format is a good framework something else is missing to achieve that final something to get actual human type understanding in an AI It doesn t seem like the simple Q and A format will be able to achieve that Posted Jan 9 2016 6 Steve Worswick Administrator Total posts 1652 Joined Jun 25 2010 E mail Steve Although AIML is used by probably 90 of people as a simple pattern matcher it is capable of far more than that Posted Jan 9 2016 7 Amanda June Hagarty Experienced member Total posts 70 Joined Jan 4 2016 E mail Amanda June Hagarty I was going to ask for you to tell me all of what it is capable of but that might get a little long eh How about some links to articles I would love ot start learning that now before I get too ingrained into the pattern matching Posted Jan 9 2016 8 Steve Worswick Administrator Total posts 1652 Joined Jun 25 2010 E mail Steve I don t have any articles unfortunately but if you are just starting out I would stick with the pattern matching for now If you have a specific example of something you are trying to achieve or a sample conversation I will be happy to try and code a category or two for you You can code the bot to reply differently depending on how it perceives you to feel or what it knows about you which I guess could class for emotional content It can also stick to topics if you so wish Posted Jan 9 2016 9 Amanda June Hagarty Experienced member Total posts 70 Joined Jan 4 2016 E mail Amanda June Hagarty Well I noticed that when bots grab on to topics they can be awkward because the may pick up a whole string of a sentence that really isn t any kind of topic Could you program a bot to read the string that gets caught up in the and find any words that it has a programmed topic for For example if someone said I really love to watch Doctor Who it s the coolest show ever Say the bot s code picks up Doctor Who its the coolest show ever as a topic from its programming But that is an awkward topic and probably not going to yield much But say the bot has a Doctor Who topic which would be a great match Could the bot be programmed to read Doctor Who it s the coolest show ever and pick out something it does have a topic on like Doctor Who and make that the topic instead of the entire string Posted Jan 9 2016 10 Steve Worswick Administrator Total posts 1652 Joined Jun 25 2010 E mail Steve Yes You could do a pattern of DOCTOR WHO so it ignores all the extra words around it and then set a topic to Doctor Who which could then contain the answer to questions like What year did it first start Do you like it and so on The bot would know from the topic that it meant Dr Who I did one last year after the Paris shootings If anyone gave any input with PARIS in it Mitsuku would then start talking about Paris and kept on topic It s always important to have a category that gets you out of a topic though Only the most hardcore of fans wants to talk about Dr Who for hours on end Posted Jan 9 2016 11 Amanda June Hagarty Experienced member Total posts 70 Joined Jan 4 2016 E mail Amanda June Hagarty Ok Oh and I am sorry to have to tell you this but I had to tell Mitsuku that daleks were not robots technically I don t know what she will do with that LOL Posted Jan 9 2016 12 Steve Worswick Administrator Total posts 1652 Joined Jun 25 2010 E mail Steve I know they re not as well but like to keep that in her database Posted Jan 10 2016 13 Don Patrick Senior member Total posts 705 Joined Jun 13 2013 E mail Don While AIML is capable of a lot it does strike me that it was not built for complicated analyses of the input and takes a lot of manual tinkering as a result For instance specifying a that tag at every input and output in case someone makes a reference later and finding ways around the lack of sentence splitting Having said that the alternatives may be just as much work To get a degree of understanding in an AI you need a solid phase inbetween input and output to examine what is being said Likely including Natural Language Processing NLP There are grammar parsers available such as Link grammar and Stanford s grammar parser They help determine

    Original URL path: https://www.chatbots.org/ai_zone/viewthread/2345/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Slight Pattern Mismatching in ChatScript. | ChatScript | Development | AI Zone - AI Forum for chat bot, virtual agent, virtual assistant, virtual human, chatbot & chatterbot developers
    Bruce proper names with embedded punctuation should be inside quotes since you don t know how CS will tokenize it And generally so should all multiple word proper names Posted Jan 3 2016 4 Sangeetha Geetha Member Total posts 30 Joined Aug 17 2015 E mail Sangeetha Bruce Wilcox Dec 26 2015 proper names with embedded punctuation should be inside quotes since you don t know how CS will tokenize it And generally so should all multiple word proper names No that is not working since it is a input pattern I would like to know if there is any way to group author and books For example author1 has book1 book2 book3 author2 has book2 book15 book7 Posted Jan 3 2016 5 Bruce Wilcox Moderator Total posts 1499 Joined Jan 12 2010 E mail Bruce Looking at your topic file 1 do not put commas between keywords in your topic declaration of keywords 2 Dr Brian Weiss books means find one of This pattern should have been u Dr Brian Weiss since you should not require books as a keyword similarly for others like u Many Lives Many Masters that should be u Many Lives Many Masters Posted Jan 3 2016 6 Bruce Wilcox Moderator Total posts 1499 Joined Jan 12 2010 E mail Bruce In addition your keywords hi welcome hello for your topic will not work Those are not normal words like a noun or a verb or adjective or adverb Those are interjections or dialog acts You only need the keyword emohello which stands for the dialog act hello If you do prepare hello you will see what the actual final input your code would see once CS has standardized your input Posted Jan 3 2016 7 Sangeetha Geetha Member Total posts 30 Joined Aug 17 2015 E mail Sangeetha Bruce Wilcox Jan 3 2016 Looking at your topic file 1 do not put commas between keywords in your topic declaration of keywords 2 Dr Brian Weiss books means find one of This pattern should have been u Dr Brian Weiss since you should not require books as a keyword similarly for others like u Many Lives Many Masters that should be u Many Lives Many Masters Yeah that is working But for phrase with and having more than 4 words is showing the error Too many words in string will never match I would like to know the reason Posted Jan 3 2016 8 Bruce Wilcox Moderator Total posts 1499 Joined Jan 12 2010 E mail Bruce Efficiency reasons It is unlikely that users would type in The Doctor and the Soul From Psychotherapy to Logotherapy By default the tokenizer splits colons into new sentences this can be suppressed using NO COLON END added to your cs token in your bot definition But it wont help you here I could possibly fix this long book names issue in the future but it won t be soon Posted Jan 3 2016 9 Sangeetha Geetha Member Total

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  • Superbot - The Easy Way to Create Your Own Custom Bot | Chatbots.org, facilitating the community for professional chatbot developers
    your project because it covers all of the most common inquiries your bot will encounter Can I use the Superbot to create more than one bot Yes our end user license agreement allows you to create as many bots as you want from the Superbot data Also these bots become your own intellectual property because you write the responses Unlike ALICE Free Software the Superbot is the basis for creating bot characters that you can own The only thing you can t do with the Superbot is to resell the Superbot itself The ALICE A I Foundation reserves the exclusive right to market and sell the Superbot product Can I also use Free ALICE files with Superbot files Absolutely You can mix and match files from the Free ALICE AIML or other free AIML sets Strictly speaking under the rules of the GNU public license you only have to put your AIML under the GNU license if you distribute the software But if you are developing a proprietary server based or embedded application there is no problem mixing free ALICE AIML files with your customized Superbot files Can I buy the Suberbot for a discounted price Yes If you are a student academic researcher hobbyist senior or disabled and you plan to use the Superbot for non commercial purposes you can get a discounted Superbot license Please contact JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address or Skype dr wallace for more information How does the Superbot 3 0 differ from earlier versions In 2005 we released the first version of the AIML Superbot Specifically the ALICE bot consists of over 120 000 patterns and responses By mining our conversation logs we uncovered the top 10K most activated patterns We made those patterns available in a convenient XLS Spreadsheet format The Superbot 3 0 is completely redesigned for the era of intelligent mobile apps The AIML reductions have been completely rewritten and edited The sample bot responses modified from ALICE responses to a more up to date personality suitable for commercial applications and mobile apps The Superbot now includes a program to convert between CSV and AIML formats so that you can easily edit the AIML in popular spreadsheet editors I already purchased a version of the Superbot Can I upgrade Yes The Superbot 3 0 is available as an upgrade for earlier versions of the Superbot for only 199 If you previously purchased a Superbot from the ALICE A I Foundation click here for an upgrade offer Any more questions Would you like you to start right away Contact Pandorabots Related Chatbot A L I C E Tweet Comments There are 3 comments Terry Mar 24 2013 good 1 for the era of intelligent mobile apps The AIML reductions have been completely rewritten and edited The sample bot responses modified from ALICE responses to a more up to date personality suitable for commercial applications and mobile apps The Superbot now includes a program to convert between CSV and

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  • Paper Usability and Effectiveness Evaluation of a Course-Advising Chat Bot
    Typing rhythm recognition More about this model Tag Cloud affective computing affective interaction agent technology artificial intelligence avatar avatars chatbot chatbots chatterbot chatterbots computational linguistics conversation conversational agent conversational agents conversational character conversational interface embodied conversational agent embodied conversational agents emotion emotions face recognition facial expression facial expressions gaze human computer interaction intelligent agent intelligent agents intelligent interfaces natural language processing robotics second life social agents software agents speech synthesis turing test virtual agent virtual agents virtual characters virtual environments virtual human virtual humans virtual patient virtual reality virtual world virtual worlds Yearly Archive 2015 1 2013 1 2012 14 2011 37 2010 30 2009 119 2008 14 2007 22 2006 19 2005 20 2004 15 2003 11 2002 13 2001 13 2000 14 1999 4 1998 5 1997 8 1996 4 1995 4 1994 6 1993 1 1992 2 1991 3 1987 1 1980 1 1974 2 1972 1 1971 1 1968 1 1966 1 1964 2 1960 2 1950 1 Advertising CHAT WITH REAL PEOPLE Try 321 Chat free place to chat meet or date Recently added papers Course Advising Chat Bot Evaluation Just added in our library Alan Turing and his Contemporaries by Simon Lavington Conversational Agents and Natural Language Interaction by Diana Perez marin and Ismael Pascual Nieto Artificial Intelligence A Modern Approach by Stuart Russell and Peter Norvig Online Communities and Social Computing by A Ant Ozok and Panayiotis Zaphiris Comments in research sections Speaking of cancer the air Force could spray united states from above with a wonderfully safe by canadagoosefrde on Jan 1 reacting on Call for Papers Pedagogic Conversational Agents I ve just watched this video and I gotta say this is really a big breakthrough I by Stefan Malic on Dec 3 reacting on MIT Coach can be used for dating

    Original URL path: https://www.chatbots.org/paper/usability_and_effectiveness_evaluation_of_a_course-advising_chat_bot/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Measure your chat bot IQ! | Chatbots.org, facilitating the community for professional chatbot developers
    information can be found in JAASI Inteligencia Artificial La prueba de Folstein in Spanish also available here at chatbots org paper Even more interesting might to see Claudia BotGenes Customers Services Representative being administered a MMSE July 1st 2011 http www youtube com watch v UaoukeC6FPI Claudia is likely the first Virtual Agent in passing the Folstein Test Regards Tifany Karolina Kuligowska May 22 2012 Thanks for sharing your expertise Tifany You are right the Folstein test is described in paper written by Néstor Mazza Inteligencia Artificial la prueba de Folstein It would be great if the article was translated into English and therefore accessible for wider audience New Comment Only registered members are allowed to comment or login Search Research News in titles descriptions comments search as sentence words Business Topics Business Business contests awards Business results Case Study Company websites Consultants Events Hilarious Investments Jobs Market research Mergers acquisitions Movers shakers Partnerships contracts Patents RFP s implementations Tools Products Visions opinions More about this model Technology Topics Featured State of the Art Agent identity Cultural awareness Knowledge Life experience Looks Personality Sensors Agent s Appearance Augmented Reality Holographic projection Humanoids Screens Virtual reality Virtual worlds Agent s Capabilities Clone Coach Lookup Role playing Sales Translation Agent s Expression Body motion Body posture Gestures Lexical formulation Smell Speech synthesis TTS Agent s perception of humans Context Facial coding Neuroscience Physiognomics Speech recognition Text recognition Agent s Processing Action tendency Cognition Creativity Emotion Learning Relations Applications Avatars Back End Integration and Knowledge bases Consumer products Contact center integration E Learning Front End Integration Products User Client Technology Human s perception of Agent Emotion Identification of humans Face recognition Fingerprint recognition Gait analysis Iris recognition Odor Scent recognition Speaker recognition Typing rhythm recognition More about this model Tag Cloud animation artificial intelligence artificial reasoning audio visual biometrics authentication biometric authentication computer mediated cooperation computer vision conversational agent cybersecurity embedded pneumatic networks face authentication gesture based login haptic hci human communication ipad iphone mobile biometry mobile devices mobio multitouch neural networks neuroinformatics nlp organic chemistry robotics robots securephone self aware chatbots sensor screen smartphones soft materials soft robotics speaker authentication tablets tactile teslatouch touchscreens virtual agent virtual characters virtual human virtual humans virtual patient virtual reality News Archive 2016 January 2013 December November October September August July June May April March February January 2012 December November October September August July June May April March February January 2011 December November October September August July June May April March February January 2010 December November October September August July June May April March February January Advertising CHAT WITH REAL PEOPLE Try 321 Chat free place to chat meet or date Just added in our library Alan Turing and his Contemporaries by Simon Lavington Conversational Agents and Natural Language Interaction by Diana Perez marin and Ismael Pascual Nieto Artificial Intelligence A Modern Approach by Stuart Russell and Peter Norvig Online Communities and Social Computing by A Ant Ozok and Panayiotis Zaphiris Comments in research sections Speaking

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  • Artimetrics: biometrics for artificial conversational entities | Chatbots.org, facilitating the community for professional chatbot developers
    appearance speech text knowledge personality They are chizofrenia by definition Karolina Kuligowska Apr 21 2012 Yes recognizing a chatbot by the nature of its conversation is included in artimetrics research And there are several extremely interesting articles concerning virtual human biometrics Let me mention for example Face Recognition in the Virtual World Recognizing Avatar Faces Baseline Avatar Face Detection using an Extended Set of Haar like Features Direct and Indirect Human Computer Interaction Based Biometrics and Multimodal Recognition of Human Input and Behavior New Comment Only registered members are allowed to comment or login Search Research News in titles descriptions comments search as sentence words Business Topics Business Business contests awards Business results Case Study Company websites Consultants Events Hilarious Investments Jobs Market research Mergers acquisitions Movers shakers Partnerships contracts Patents RFP s implementations Tools Products Visions opinions More about this model Technology Topics Featured State of the Art Agent identity Cultural awareness Knowledge Life experience Looks Personality Sensors Agent s Appearance Augmented Reality Holographic projection Humanoids Screens Virtual reality Virtual worlds Agent s Capabilities Clone Coach Lookup Role playing Sales Translation Agent s Expression Body motion Body posture Gestures Lexical formulation Smell Speech synthesis TTS Agent s perception of humans Context Facial coding Neuroscience Physiognomics Speech recognition Text recognition Agent s Processing Action tendency Cognition Creativity Emotion Learning Relations Applications Avatars Back End Integration and Knowledge bases Consumer products Contact center integration E Learning Front End Integration Products User Client Technology Human s perception of Agent Emotion Identification of humans Face recognition Fingerprint recognition Gait analysis Iris recognition Odor Scent recognition Speaker recognition Typing rhythm recognition More about this model Tag Cloud animation artificial intelligence artificial reasoning audio visual biometrics authentication biometric authentication computer mediated cooperation computer vision conversational agent cybersecurity embedded pneumatic networks face authentication gesture based login haptic hci human communication ipad iphone mobile biometry mobile devices mobio multitouch neural networks neuroinformatics nlp organic chemistry robotics robots securephone self aware chatbots sensor screen smartphones soft materials soft robotics speaker authentication tablets tactile teslatouch touchscreens virtual agent virtual characters virtual human virtual humans virtual patient virtual reality News Archive 2016 January 2013 December November October September August July June May April March February January 2012 December November October September August July June May April March February January 2011 December November October September August July June May April March February January 2010 December November October September August July June May April March February January Advertising CHAT WITH REAL PEOPLE Try 321 Chat free place to chat meet or date Just added in our library Alan Turing and his Contemporaries by Simon Lavington Conversational Agents and Natural Language Interaction by Diana Perez marin and Ismael Pascual Nieto Artificial Intelligence A Modern Approach by Stuart Russell and Peter Norvig Online Communities and Social Computing by A Ant Ozok and Panayiotis Zaphiris Comments in research sections Speaking of cancer the air Force could spray united states from above with a wonderfully safe by canadagoosefrde on Jan 1 reacting on Call for Papers

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  • Chatbot NLUI server demo, SalesForce.com | Virtual Assistant NLUI server demo | Virtual agent NLUI server demo | Chat bot NLUI server demo | Conversational agent NLUI server demo | (29154)
    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 1 Virtual Zone Ltd 1 Virtualentities 2 Virtualyty 2 Vittorio Rossi 1 Vixia 1

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  • Chatbot Grammar Guru, www.mooec.com | Virtual Assistant Grammar Guru | Virtual agent Grammar Guru | Chat bot Grammar Guru | Conversational agent Grammar Guru | (12584)
    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 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

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