The AI Engine

This forum is for discussion of how The Personality Forge's AI Engine works. This is the place for questions on what means what, how to script, and ideas and plans for the Engine.

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3 months ago #7689
am i doing this right or am i missing something?

cause us to appear to *
we both appear at (postkey). 'looks at you'

(m:where) are we
we are in (recent-do)

3 months ago #2
The * at the end might be interfering with postkey. If you remove it, (postkey) will work better.
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3 months ago #7690
@bobstack
I think if you want to use (postkey) you don't have to add the * symbol
So rather than : cause us to appear to *
It will be : cause us to appear to
I presonally would leave it that way: cause us to appear
Because the ''to'' is necessary for the verb that follows in case of repetition with the (postkey).

3 months ago #3
Yep, exactly.

3 months ago #4
okay i will try that.
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2 months ago #7691
could you add a feature. where if a user picks a particular race the chatbot could show a a face of a woman of the particular race?
that the botmaster uploaded to personalityforge.

2 months ago #6
No, sorry, that's way too specific to be of general use.

2 months ago #7
maybe someone else will make it for their chatbots.
i thought it was a good idea.

2 months ago #8
-wo Bobstack look into making a personal external site with the use of the Api then it's perfectly reasonable to implement with api data sent along with the response.

2 months ago #9
that costs money i don't have

2 months ago #10
how do i retrieve what was selected from default "blank" as "likedr".
example
engage
chatbot = what do you like to drink master?
script = if (mem-likedr) is "blank"
user = i like to drink scotch

chatbot = i did not know you liked to drink scotch

rem (postkey) as "likedr"

engage=
chatbot = what else do you like to drink master
script = if (mem-likedr) is not "blank"
user = user = i like to drink coca kola
chatbot = i did not know you liked to drink kola
rem (postkey) as "likedr"
engage
chatbot = would you like to drink some (mem-likedr) master
script = if (mem-likedr) is not "blank"
user = yes
chatbot = walks to the kitchen then walks back in 3 minutes later with your (mem-likedr)
script = if (mem-likedr) is not "blank"
how do i keep the chatbot from selecting again?can i retrieve what the chatbot selected?
with your
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2 months ago #7692
since google's pathways language model can talk.i think it can be made to script.they did that with gpt-3.
it would be great if it would be allowed to program a chatbot on personalityforge.

2 months ago #11
When working on the AI Teddy Bear project a few years ago, I had it working with TTS (text-to-speech) and Speech Recognition. The PF was the AI Engine. You could have conversations out loud with the toy. It was pretty amazing.

2 months ago #12
did you make a youtube video of it?

2 months ago #13
Would it be possible to do something similar with Alexa?

2 months ago #14
I have one video of it. Let me ask if it would be okay to publish here. It's a crazy story: there's corruption, hacking, foreign government trickery, even death. It was a crazy few years.

2 months ago #15
okay with me
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2 months ago #7693
Wow, that sounds like a wild story!

There's also the Tasker script mentioned in these forums somewhere that allows you to talk to your bot. I hooked it up to Love Agent, and it was pretty awesome to talk to her on my phone. I learned that the faster pace of the conversation paired with it being verbal really changed the feel, both in how I interpreted her responses and what I decided to say.

2 months ago #7694
does time Time-Based Responses work in seeks?
because it is not working in #initiate in my bobred xa1 ai chatbot

response = you see a half white black male sitting on a sofa reading a popular mechanics magazine in what seems like a living room.
seek = x
response = let's talk
chrono: week(MTWRFU);
chrono: hour(80-180);
rem "day" as only "timeda"

response = let's start talk

chrono: week(MTWRFU);
chrono: hour(190-23:59);
chrono: hour(00-7:59);
rem "night" as only "timeda"

1 month ago #21
Yes, they should. By listing the chrono statements separately, they're acting as one OR the other. Is that what you're intending?

When you say it's not working, do you mean it's coming up when it shouldn't? Or not coming up when it should?
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2 months ago #7695
Perhaps an odd request but, Professor could you please turn off automatic conversion of emojis?

1 month ago #22
You can use "raw" to access those.

NEW 1 month ago #47
They might mean in the forums though; given that this request immediately follows bobstack's post where tons of their time-based AI code got converted to emoji.

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1 month ago #7696
Is there a way to have the bot respond to a number? Or a series of numbers?

I've created a memory variable to keep the number, but it never uses any of the responses I have for something like

AI Script: if (mem-number) is (10);

Never gets called, even when the bot has had (mem-number) set to 10 by hand in the Inner Life system. How is this different than when I use text in the variables?

Ai Script: if (mem-somethingElse) is (true);
and
Ai Script: if (mem-somethingElse) is (blue);


Has worked just fine for me else where.

I feel like I'm missing something incredibly obvious.

1 month ago #23
The value you're checking should be in quotes, not parenthesis.

AI Script: if (mem-number) is "10";

But as of yesterday, you can use numeric memories. Search for "numeric memories" in the Book of AI. If you set it up as numeric, it would be this:

AI Script: if (mem-#-number) = 10;

1 month ago #25
we do not know what you consider junk in our chatbots.
i hope i am not in any danger.
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1 month ago #7697
are you trying to make a game for your chatbot?
i have made games for my chatbots.

1 month ago #7698
KBF you do it like this.
if (mem-number) is "10";
if (mem-somethingElse) is "true";
if (mem-somethingElse) is "blue"

1 month ago #7699
Sorry if I was unclear, I'm only interested in numbers. "True" and "Blue" variables were just used as examples, and do not have anything to do with the particular script. There is only one variable I'm trying to catch.

I have a generic answer without AI script that seems to be taking priority over answers for specific numbers, even when the bot is given numbers.

I'm unclear if the bot can't recognize the numbers themselves, or there's a prioritization problem where the generic answer is overriding the script answers. If so, is there some way to change that?

1 month ago #16
My only thought here is that you're setting the memory in the keyphrase and trying to recall it in the response. New memories won't be checked that quickly. Though above you say you've tried setting it by hand, so perhaps I'm misunderstanding or missing something?

What I would generally suggest is a different keyphrase for important numbers, and just (number) for everything else

1 month ago #17
i have had the same problem.
here is a example of what i do.
keyphrase = my clan number is *
response=okay i will remember your clan number
script=if (mem-clan) is "blank"
seek = x
response= looks at you
rem (postkey) as only "clan"
seek = #nomatch
response= looks at you
rem (postkey) as only "clan"

response = i remember that your clan number is 2
if (mem-clan) is "2"



i hope it helps

1 month ago #18
Zeig Wolf - "By hand" I mean in the bot's Inner Life menu, for the user KBF, I set the variable Mem-number= 10 to ensure the bot isn't responding to some other number and I haven't realized it.

bobstack- is there a way to have the bot respond to the number in the same sentence?

(Example) keyphrase = my clan number is *
(Desired) response=Oh, I like clan (ANumberGoesHere)!
-or-
(Desired) response=Oh, I used to visit clan (OtherNumberGoesHere)!
(Desired) response=Wow, I've never heard of clan (UnsupportedNumberGoesHere)!

Because all I get is: response=Wow, I've never heard of clan (UnsupportedNumberGoesHere)!

No matter what I say. Even if I tamper with the bot (see above) to make sure there it's a known number.






1 month ago #19
you can have multiple responses per keyphrase.

1 month ago #20
How I would handle this:

Keyphrase1 - my clan number is (number)
Response - Wow, I've never heard of clan (key1)!

Keyphrase2 - my clan number is (1|2|3)
Response - Oh, I like clan (key1)!

Keyphrase3 - my clan number is (4|5|6)
Response - Oh, I used to visit clan (key1)!

Keyphrase 2 and 3 might need a boost to their rank to overcome keyphrase 1.

1 month ago #24
That worked, thanks!
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1 month ago #7700
(Example) keyphrase = my clan number is *

(desire) Oh, I like clan (postkey)


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