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New Artificial Intellegence
Posted 12/4/08
like it says, do you really know about computers?

in other words, im looking for something that can replicate a form of AI, some like what sousuke sagara from full metal panic has on his laptop, the 'arbelest AI' which can communicate, speak blah blah blah.

if not then feel free to spam.....
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Posted 12/4/08
true A.I. has not been achieved yet.
but they are working on it and should have it soon.

as far as similar ai type programs, i don't know.
Posted 12/4/08
i think there are close to one

they made a robot to go to a convention alone then make a speech
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Posted 12/5/08
O.o I am not 100% sure what you are asking for. There are plenty of prototype machines out there that can communicate and speak with people. But these are generally on customized machines. And really those machines are just there to interact. You cannot tell them to do much.

There is a lot of research in the field of getting computers human intelligence. However, there is nothing available for home computing. There are plenty of chat bot programs which can interact with you but they can do little else.

I doubt what you are looking for will exist in your life time.
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Posted 12/5/08

anti-freeze wrote:
I doubt what you are looking for will exist in your life time.


Actually I'm pretty sure that's possible, the questions to ask is what you want an AI to be.
If you want it to be human then you have to question 'what is a human? What makes us human?'

Understanding is step 1. Emotions and feelings seem like another step ahead.

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I think this subject has been advancing quite abit and I think AI like that could be possible, but most likely it will be a prototype or company owned.

A related subject is - as well as the AI understanding you. We could have the AI to also reply back, by speech. This has improved quite abit with the speech creation but to see both of them work together in a game would be cool, as well as randomised sayings which can be related to events.

Actually. No. I'm thinking quite simple and even that's possible (the understanding part.. would be the hardest I'd assume). I think AI with emotions would be the coolest thing. Imagine a character who reacted like a person and not a robot or scripted scene that you knew would be the same.

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Out of most AI's in games I find they are scripted rather than making their own decisions.
Some games give options and work by probability I think, dependant on the surroundings.
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Posted 12/5/08
The best thing that can be done is to write some scripts, build hardware that can be used by those scripts and make some minor interaction trough some sensor input.
There is no way to build a program that can make decisions by itself, understand the meaning of someone's words or even to answer ones questions.
Even if there would be a program like this it wouldn't run with an ordinary pc.
Real AI is not possible at the actual state of technological progress.
Posted 12/5/08
The best artificial intelligence in a video game to date is from S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Clear Sky.
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Posted 12/5/08
Far Cry and F.E.A.R. had also great AI
Posted 12/5/08

booster505 wrote:

Far Cry and F.E.A.R. had also great AI


have you seen the AI on mirrors edge?
Posted 12/5/08

anti-freeze wrote:

O.o I am not 100% sure what you are asking for. There are plenty of prototype machines out there that can communicate and speak with people. But these are generally on customized machines. And really those machines are just there to interact. You cannot tell them to do much.

There is a lot of research in the field of getting computers human intelligence. However, there is nothing available for home computing. There are plenty of chat bot programs which can interact with you but they can do little else.

I doubt what you are looking for will exist in your life time.


the artifical intelligence that i would be looking for is not something to replicate a human. okay i put this into an example

on the nintendo ds, i use the microphone to input a voice command and it responds with an action and a voice description, this could be a simple task as
presenting a greeting such as 'hello or good morning' or a maths calculation.

if a nintendo ds can do this i thought that im sure i can get my macbook to operate something a long these line but to a more sophisticated level.
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Posted 12/5/08
It is impossible to put the randomness of the human brain into one cd
but if it were We would have computer programs creating new inventions
then they would start to build them
then complain
then make guns
OW SHi-
Its the TERNIMATOR SCENARIO
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Posted 12/7/08

goldengoat55555 wrote:


booster505 wrote:

Far Cry and F.E.A.R. had also great AI


have you seen the AI on mirrors edge?


no haven't played it yet.
I only watched some videos about the game play.
Why do you ask???
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Posted 12/7/08

goldengoat55555 wrote:


anti-freeze wrote:

O.o I am not 100% sure what you are asking for. There are plenty of prototype machines out there that can communicate and speak with people. But these are generally on customized machines. And really those machines are just there to interact. You cannot tell them to do much.

There is a lot of research in the field of getting computers human intelligence. However, there is nothing available for home computing. There are plenty of chat bot programs which can interact with you but they can do little else.

I doubt what you are looking for will exist in your life time.


the artifical intelligence that i would be looking for is not something to replicate a human. okay i put this into an example

on the nintendo ds, i use the microphone to input a voice command and it responds with an action and a voice description, this could be a simple task as
presenting a greeting such as 'hello or good morning' or a maths calculation.

if a nintendo ds can do this i thought that im sure i can get my macbook to operate something a long these line but to a more sophisticated level.


The only software I know about that may do such things is used on computers of blind people. All commands are entered with voice commands and it also has voice output.
Maybe that's what you are looking for.
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Posted 12/7/08
If you are asking whether or not artificial intelligence can operate under voice commands, the answer would be yes. A program that would activate something by voice commands is probably something that is already created, just not released yet. One game, if not more, have applied the voice command to the game. In fact, that game consists of ONLY voice commands. So yes, it is possible to have an AI operate with voice commands.

However, achieving a perfect Artificial-Intelligent machine is not going to fit on a computer that exists in this current time period. Also, compiling everything a human mind is made of into a non-living "thing" is near impossible, if not impossible. The ability to learn, the amount of space a human mind is made of, the ability to make self selected choices depending on there OWN thoughts, etc. is almost impossible.
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Posted 12/7/08
Well people can make an AI but none have made one. I know there close to making one as one guy here said some people actually made a robot go to a convention by itself and it made it's own speech.But there hasn't been an AI like Aura or Sousuke's AI.
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