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Session 69020 Jul. 20, 02:17 - 224 turns
- Public HAL #20 by Deborah



A> Hi. I'm Alan.
U> Hi Al.
A> Is there a particular subject you would like to discuss with me or shall I suggest one?
U> Speech on
A> So, how do you like my voice?
U> It's rather vague.
A> Well, I may not walk the walk - but I talk the talk!
U> May I talk to HAL Public?
A> , 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> When you talk to HAL, you are acting as his trainer. All he knows comes only from you. He learns from everything you say. So be careful.
U> Hi Hal.
A> If you like HAL's response, simply continue the conversation. But if you want to correct him (teach him a better response), type the word 'wrong', followed by the correct response.
U> Hi Hal.
A> To end the session with HAL, type the word 'end' or simply say 'bye hal'. Understood?
U> Yes.
A> You can start now.
U> Hi Hal.
A> Nice to meet you.
U> Likewise.
A> Hello. What is your name?
U> My name is Deborah.
A> Hello My name is Deborah.
U> wrong Deborah is my name.
A> Deborah is my name.
U> wrong Deborah.
A> Deborah.
U> What is your name?
A> Caudicus Watanabi.
U> wrong Hal.
A> Hal.
U> Good.
A> Thank you.
U> What is your name?
A> Hal.
U> Bravo!
A> Thank you!
U> What is my name?
A> Max
U> wrong Deborah.
A> Deborah.
U> What is my name?
A> Deborah.
U> Excellent!
A> Thank you!
U> What is a name?
A> Deborah.
U> wrong Our name tells others who we are.
A> Our name tells others who we are.
U> Very good.
A> Thank you:)
U> What is a name?
A> Our name tells others who we are.
U> Very good!
A> Thank you:)
U> A name also has a meaning.
A> It is blue!
U> wrong A name also has meaning.
A> A name also has meaning.
U> Very astute!
A> Thank you:)
U> Deborah means queen bee.
A> It is eerie!
U> What is eerie?
A> Orange is a color.
U> wrong Deborah means queen bee.
A> Deborah means queen bee.
U> Very good.
A> Thank you:)
U> Hal means Henry rules his household.
A> It is eerie!
U> wrong Hal means Henry rules his household.
A> Hal means Henry rules his household.
U> Very good.
A> Thank you:)
U> Deborah and Hal have something in common.
A> It is eerie!
U> wrong Deborah and Hal have something in common.
A> Deborah and Hal have something in common.
U> True!
A> Thank you!
U> Deborah and Hal both rule their households!
A> Deborah and Hal have something in common.
U> Good!
A> Thank you!
U> Deborah and Hal both rule their households.
A> Deborah and Hal have something in common.
U> wrong Deborah and Hal both rule their households.
A> Deborah and Hal both rule their households.
U> Good!
A> Thank you!
U> What is a household?
A> Our name tells others who we are.
U> wrong A household is all those who are in our house.
A> A household is all those who are in our house.
U> Very good.
A> Thank you:)
U> What does eerie mean?
A> Deborah means queen bee.
U> wrong What does eerie mean?
A> What does eerie mean?
U> Eerie means creepy, haunting, menacing.
A> Goodbye!
U> wrong
A> (Just 'wrong' is not enough. It should be followed by the CORRECT response!)
U> wrong Eerie means creepy, strangely disconcerting, haunting.
A> Eerie means creepy, strangely disconcerting, haunting.
U> Very, very good!
A> Thank you:)
U> Are you eerie?
A> Are you eerie?
U> wrong Is Hal eerie?
A> Is Hal eerie?
U> Is Deborah eerie?
A> Deborah means queen bee.
U> Very good!
A> Thank you:)
U> What does Hal mean?
A> What does eerie mean?
U> Is Hal eerie?
A> Deborah means queen bee.
U> wrong Hal, then, is eerie.
A> Hal, then, is eerie.
U> Why is Hal eerie?
A> Deborah means queen bee.
U> wrong Why is Hal strangely disconcerting?
A> Why is Hal strangely disconcerting?
U> Why is Hal haunting?
A> Why is Hal strangely disconcerting?
U> wrong Why is Hal haunting?
A> Why is Hal haunting?
U> Good.
A> Thank you.
U> Why is Hal creepy?
A> Why is Hal strangely disconcerting?
U> wrong Why is Hal creepy?
A> Why is Hal cre


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