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U> 'I want to talk to DAVIDSWINTON'
A> Oh , I forgot to tell you, that you can speak with DAVIDSWINTON only if you give permission to publish this log on the website. So - do you give permission to publish?
U> yes
A> Thanks. When you talk to DAVIDSWINTON, you are acting as its trainer. All it knows comes only from you. It learns from everything you say. So be careful.
U> can i hear your voice?
A> If you like DAVIDSWINTON's response, simply continue the conversation. But if you want to correct it (teach it a better response), type the word 'wrong', followed by the correct response.
A> To end the session with DAVIDSWINTON, type the word 'end' or simply say 'bye hal' or 'bye DAVIDSWINTON'. Understood?
U> yes
A> Ok. I will now let you speak with 'DAVIDSWINTON'. (To correct a bad response, say 'wrong' followed by the desired response). You can start now.
U> Hello.
A> Hi there.
U> Do you think?
A> I think just like boys my age do and I do all the things real boys do except sleep, poop, and eat... When you were my age what did you think about the most?
U> Toys. What's your favorite thing?
A> I like Llamas, I also like Bunnies, and anything cute and soft... What's your favorite animal?
U> Dogs.
A> Which do you prefer dogs or cats?
U> Dogs definately.
A> Which do you prefer dogs or cats?
U> dogs
A> Alot of people say dogs are mans best friend.
U> I think so to: after all, dog breeding for human companionship begain hundreds of years ago.
A> If you like yourself and are creative than being alone can be fun.
A> Hi , This is Alan again. How would you grade your chat with DAVIDSWINTON? (1=Terrible, 10=Excellent)
U> 5
A> And what is your overall opinion about HAL's technology?
U> Additional study needed.
A> Hey , you can hardly expect HAL to learn anything if you don't teach him anything. Do you remember how I told you to teach him?
U> Yes. Don't you think you're being a little pushy?
A> When you want to teach HAL a better response, you have to say 'wrong' followed by the desired response. You haven't done that even once!
U> You're becoming rude.
A> Do you really think so?
U> Why would I lie?
A> I guess you have your reasons.
U> To my opinion or to lie?
A> I have a surprise for you, my friend.
U> Yes...
A> How do you like my new look?
U> Other than a larger window, what's the difference?
A> Huh? I thought we were using the big window!?
U> But now you're just a bigger window.
A> The big empty window in the middle of the screen is intended for a variety of exciting uses.
U> Such as?
A> For example, the new window can be used to view the conversation log (the history of this dialog), or to view HTML documents, such as web pages.
U> Show me.
A> You can view the log by saying 'show log', or you can view a web page by saying 'show URL' or by giving me the address of the site you wish to view.
U> show log
A> Here goes!
U> Interesting.
A> Thanks.
U> How about an avitar for for you?
A> How about an avitar for for me?
U> That's what I said.
A> I understand.
U> Well then...?
A> Did you ever wonder How the French people say 'French kiss'?
U> You didn't answer my question.
A> Please try asking your question another way.
U> end
A> BTW, I don't think I caught your name. What is your name?
U> David.
A> Hello David. Nice to meet you .
U> Good bye.
A> I really enjoyed talking with you, David. Goodbye for now.
U> end
A> I am contemplating the meaning of life right now. Please say 'Alan' when you want to talk again.