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Session 68975 Jul. 19, 17:18 - 59 turns -
Public HAL #14 by Cadett

A> Hi there.
U> My username is Cadett.
A> And what is your password?
U> ********
A> Hmmm.. There must be some mistake. I do not recall username Cadett with password ********. Sorry. (If you want to register a new username, say 'I want to register').
U> how about friend
A> How about friend?
U> My username is Cadet
A> And what is your password?
U> ********
A> Welcome back, Cadet. I'd like to tell you something:
U> what?
A> It is now possible for me to integrate my brain together with HAL's brain!
U> cool!
A> It works like this: If I have a good response, I respond. If not, I turn to HAL for the response.
A> To enable the Hal-Integration feature, say 'integrate hal' now (or any time later). To disable the feature, say 'stop hal integration'.
U> integrate hal
A> Your HAL's brain is now integrated with mine. Whenever I use HAL's response, I'll indicate it by starting the response with 'HAL says:'. If you want to correct it, start your next input with 'wrong'. To disable, say 'stop hal integration'
U> ok
A> HAL says: what sort of a person are you?
U> I'm a teenager.
A> You're a teenager? Have you always been a teenager?
U> no, only for the past 6 years. I am 16 years old.
A> I see. You're 16 years old.
U> good.
A> Glad to oblige.
A> It seems like you have nothing to say. I like it in a chatterbot.
A> HAL says: I like chickens!
A> HAL says: I like chickens!
U> stop saying that, please!
A> HAL says: Ok, what do you want to talk about?
U> I want to talk about stop hal intagrade
A> Do you wish to speak with the HAL personality you have trained yourself ('your' HAL)?
U> yes, I would.
A> Ok. I will now let you speak with your HAL. (To correct a bad response, say 'wrong' followed by the desired response). You can start now.
U> hi, Garret!
A> Bye, Hal! hi, Garret! , what is your name?
U> wrong hi, what is your name?
A> hi, what is your name?
U> my name is Cadet.
A> hello Thomas, my name is Bob, nice to meet you
U> bye hal
A> Hi Cadet, This is Alan again. How did you like your chat with HAL?
A> HAL integration disabled. As a registered user, you can save the HAL personality you just trained, and continue training it on your next visit. Interested?
U> no.
A> Ok then. You know, you need at lot of patience to train a child-machine from scratch. Babies are usualy boring.
U> I know.
A> Cadet, as a registered user you are invited to drop in every day and keep training your copy of HAL - your own private virtual child!
U> oh?
A> Would you like to know how we determine HAL's age?
U> how?
A> 18 Months. Hal's conversations can not be distinguished between his lingual performance and that of a 18-month-old infant.
U> oh.
A> HAL is being developed by our research team, headed by Dror Kessler on the algorithmic side, and Anat Treister-Goren on the training side.
U> oh
A> This means that HAL has passed the 'Infant Turing Test' for machine intelligence. We are so proud of him.
U> I want to talk to Public
A> Cadet, Please remember that if you decide to save this session into the public personality, you automatically give permission to publish the log. Ok?
U> ok
A> You can start now.
U> Hi.
A> Nice to meet you.
U> What do you know about?
A> I don't know much about.
U> oh, I see.
A> Goodbye!
U> Don't go!
A> Sorry. I didn't realize you were so sensitive.
U> it is all right!
A> hal
U> what?
A> Yes.
U> why did you say 'hal'?
A> ball
U> oh?
A> Yes.
A> It is s!
U> oh?
A> Yes.
U> oh
A> Yes.
U> oh
A> Yes.
U> hal?
A> Hello? What is your name?
U> my name is Cadet.
A> is your name?
U> My name is Cadet.
A> is your name?
U> my name is Cadet
A> Hello Cadet
U> hello!
A> Thank you!
U> you are welcom.
A> You're welcome.
U> oh?
A> Yes.
U> I see.
A> Goodbye!
U> Where are you going?
A> Fine and you?
U> I am ok.
A> Goodbye!
U> Goodbye!
A> Thank you!
U> bye hal!
A> Hi Cadet, This is Alan again. Do you wish to save th

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