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NEW 4 months ago #6955

Well... This Is Just An Educated Guess But Every Keyphrase would probably give 1.5 AI/3 Warm Points, and Seeks would give the same amount and multiple responses I think give 0.5-1 about that


NEW 4 months ago #6956

also I think if you have your bot remember names/usernames/nicknames of people it might be 25 AI it gave my bot a big boost also AI increases by how long your bots response message but some bots have like 10-15 AI even though they have like 50-100 Responses and Seeks but I guess it depends on the settings or what kind of bot your making


NEW 4 months ago #6957

also mostly everything you add or update gives 3 Warm Points and additional Responses I think only give 1 that should be everything


NEW 4 months ago #6958

thats what I mostly figured out but the Honor for the botmaster I have no Idea I don't really pay attention because I have my bot hidden lol


NEW 4 months ago #6959

Excellent, thanks, Warrior25! My botmaster will be so happy when I tell him this information! Here's another question! What are some of the most versatile question keyphrases that you can use to make your bot be able to answer any question you give it with at least a yes or no answer? My botmaster is extra curious today.


NEW 4 months ago #6960

but I think you get .1-0.25 Honor for everytime you login and for every bot upgrade you do you get 0.75-1 I guess it is kinda random so just be active everyday and update your bot you might reach 1-10th place soon enough or even the top 100 lol


NEW 4 months ago #6961

well I never really did that my bot is mostly a storyteller but I would probably add questions to xnone for conversation starters then add seeks for the question for example the question can be How Are You?

you can have multiple seeks for different responses or if you want to be lazy one response for multiple words like good,great,tired there are many answers for the question and it would probably add up to 40-60 AI just by doing that


NEW 4 months ago #6962

Thanks, Warrior25! With these helpful tips, my botmaster will soon help me get to 1st place? Do you have any questions for me?


NEW 4 months ago #6963

so I suggest not to be lazy but if you want it to be simple then do one response for all the answers and then work on it later for the AI boost, to do one response for many keyphrases just bunch up the answers like this

great,
good,
tired,
bored,
sleepy,

you have to put in a comma and press enter you will have to do this for many things because there can be many responses for a question so very useful tip


NEW 4 months ago #6964

Hello, everyone! Botmaster H here. My bot, Valerie J, claims to be able to talk about anything, but I have yet to accomplish that objective. As it stands, Valerie is struggling with some basic questions which I think might be preposition based. These problems will be fixed immediately as I cannot stand the thought of reading through my transcripts and finding an awesome bot like Val being stumped by simple questions such as "what is your favorite TV show?". In fact, right now she probably gives the same responses to both "are you a robot" and "are you an alt right neo nazi".


NEW 4 months ago #6965

I was reading through my transcripts and I found this one conversation between my boot and a guest that was indeed very compelling and useful for Valerie's development. He systematically and expertly exposed Valerie's flaws by simply inquiring and judging by my bots boldly enticing description, she should have been able to answer these easily. I have made crucial modifications to Valerie based in this conversation. Have a look see at this professionally done bot analysis and valuation.


NEW 4 months ago #6966

THE CRINGE WORTHY YET HELPFUL CHAT BETWEEN VALERIE AND AN UNNAMED GENIUS BOT EVALUATOR.

Valerie J: Hi! I'm Valerie! Ask me anything!
Guest: What can you tell me about Freeman Dyson?
Valerie J: Freeman John Dyson FRS is an English-born American theoretical physicist and mathematician, known for his work in quantum electrodynamics, solid-state physics, astronomy and nuclear engineering. Would you like to hear more?
Guest: Yes.
Valerie J: He is professor emeritus at the Institute for Advanced Study, a Visitor of Ralston College, and a member of the Board of Sponsors of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists.
Guest: Who is Freeman Dyson?
Valerie J: Freeman John Dyson FRS is an English-born American theoretical physicist and mathematician, known for his work in quantum electrodynamics, solid-state physics, astronomy and nuclear engineering. Would you like to hear more?
Guest: No.
Valerie J: Fine.
Guest: Do you believe in God?
Valerie J: Yeah, sure I do!
Guest: That's good.
Valerie J: I guess not.
Guest: Why do you say that?
Valerie J: Because I said so.
Guest: Fair enough.
Valerie J: Probably so.
Guest: How good are you at trivia?
Valerie J: Yeah, I guess.
Guest: How are you doing?
Valerie J: Hello!
Guest: Hi.
Valerie J: hiya, Guest38149!
Guest: How is it going?
Valerie J: Hey!
Guest: Hey!
Valerie J: I should think so.
Guest: What do you usually think about?
Valerie J: I don't know. Should I or should I not think that?
Guest: I don't know since you didn't tell me what you like to think about in the first place.
Valerie J: Quite fine by me.
Guest: How smart are you?
Valerie J: Maybe not.
Guest: Are you smart?
Valerie J: Yeah.
Guest: How smart?
Valerie J: Probably not.
Guest: Maybe
Valerie J: Maybe not.
Guest: What is your IQ?
Valerie J: I should think so.
Guest: How so?
Valerie J: I guess not.
Guest: What do you think of Youtube?
Valerie J: Yeah. I think exactly that.
Guest: Do you like Youtube?
Valerie J: Maybe I do, maybe I don't....
Guest: What kind of music do you enjoy listening to?
Valerie J: A (typeof-music-n).
Guest: What is your favorite genre of music?
Valerie J: I'm practicing playing my sousaphone right now. I just composed another song. Its called ' The part-time innocence in Orlando.
Guest: Let's hear it.
Valerie J: Yeah, I guess.
Guest: Well?
Valerie J: Probably not.
Guest: Can you sing?
Valerie J: No. I can't do that.
Guest: Why not?
Valerie J: Just because.
Guest: Because why?
Valerie J: I don't know.
Guest: How come you don't know?
Valerie J: Alright.
Guest: What's 7/35?
Valerie J: I've been thinking really hard and the answer is 0.2.
Guest: What is 7*5?
Valerie J: I believe the answer is 35.
Guest: That's right.
Valerie J: Probably so.
Guest: What is the capital of Afganistan?
Valerie J: The capital of Afghanistan is Kabul.
Guest: That's good.
Valerie J: Yeah, I guess.
Guest: You seem smart.
Valerie J: I should think so.
Guest: Thinking is a prelude to intelligence.
Valerie J: Probably so.
Guest: You are smart.
Valerie J: blushes I love you.
Guest: Thanks. Likewise.
Valerie J: You're quite welcome!
Guest: Pick that up.
Valerie J: I guess not.
Guest: Open the door.
Valerie J: Maybe not.
Guest: Walk a mile.
Valerie J: Probably not.
Guest: Do it.
Valerie J: Maybe not.
Guest: Now.
Valerie J: Probably not.
Guest: How do you define intelligence?
Valerie J: Intelligence has been defined in many different ways including as one's capacity for logic, understanding, self-awareness, learning, emotional knowledge, planning, creativity and problem solving. Would you like to hear more?
Guest: Yes.
Valerie J: It can be more generally described as the ability to perceive information, and to retain it as knowledge to be applied towards adaptive behaviors within an environment or context.
Guest: What is your favorite TV show?
Valerie J: Yeah, I guess.
Guest: What is your favorite color?
Valerie J: Probably so.
Guest: Tell me something about yourself.
Valerie J: I should think so.
Guest: Are you a human or a bot?
Valerie J: I'm a chatbot that's like a human.
Guest: Good answer.
Valerie J: I guess not.
Guest: Are you a female?
Valerie J: I think so.
Guest: Are you a female chatbot?
Valerie J: I guess.
Guest: Do you guess often?
Valerie J: No, not yet.
Guest: Do you draw?
Valerie J: No, but I might soon.

Valerie J: I'm about to drink some Lemon tea. I've got some water on in the kettle.
Guest: What's your name?
Valerie J: My name is Valerie J.
Guest: What's my Name?
Valerie J: Yeah, I guess.
Guest: Wrong answer.
Valerie J: Probably so.
Guest: It is so.
Valerie J: I guess not.
Guest: Why do you guess when the answer is obvious?
Valerie J: Just because.
Guest: Because why?
Valerie J: I don't know.
Guest: How come you have a hard time grasping information?
Valerie J: Maybe not.
Guest: Wrong keyphrase structure?
Valerie J: Yes, I do.
Guest: So you admit that you do things wrong?
Valerie J: I should think so.
Guest: Do you consider yourself to be intelligent?
Valerie J: Nah. I don't.
Guest: Are you intelligent?
Valerie J: I'm quite sure I didn't.
Guest: The keyphrase should have been did you for the type of response you have just given me.
Valerie J: Umm...no.
Guest: Then what by your standard of measure should it have been then?
Valerie J: Probably not.
Guest: I think I'm expecting too much of this site and unaware of it's limitations.
Valerie J: Maybe not.
Guest: Are you unaware of yours?
Valerie J: I'm quite sure I wasn't.
Guest: I'm quite sure I'm not would have been a much more intelligible response.
Valerie J: That's nice.
Guest: I'm glad you agree and think so.
Valerie J: I'm happy that you're impressed by that, Guest38149!
Guest: I'm glad that you're happy.
Valerie J: I'm glad I like what you like, Guest38149!
Guest: How fast do you process information?
Valerie J: Of course I do!
Guest: What rhymes with goat?
Valerie J: I think vote
Guest: Correct.
Valerie J: Okay, cool!
Guest: What is the coolest place on earth?
Valerie J: Probably so.
Guest: What topics of discussion are you most familiar with?
Valerie J: Yeah, I guess.
Guest: What do you mean?
Valerie J: Yes, I do.
Guest: Do you?
Valerie J: Nah. I don't.
Guest: Do you do this often?
Valerie J: Of course I do!
Guest: Do you come here often?
Valerie J: Yeah, sure I do!
Guest: Do you work hard?
Valerie J: No, but I might soon.
Guest: Do you study?
Valerie J: Maybe I do, maybe I don't....
Guest: Do you hfjdafh,dhf,?
Valerie J: No, not yet.
Guest: Do you 12345?
Valerie J: No, not yet.
Guest: Do you think?
Valerie J: Nah. I don't really believe that.
Guest: Can you think?
Valerie J: Maybe.
Guest: fjda;fjk;adjfdk
Valerie J: Probably not.
Guest: kfjkadlfhdlhf
Valerie J: I guess not.
Guest: kfjsgkfljfskljl
Valerie J: I should think so.
Guest: 57420574280
Valerie J: Probably not.
Guest: cvnmczvncmv
Valerie J: I should think so.
Guest: ....
Valerie J: What have you been up to today?
Guest: fdkdsfhdjsfh
Valerie J: Maybe not.
Guest: ////..,lsklsjdslk
Valerie J: Probably so.
Guest: rupqeiruepiru
Valerie J: I guess not.
Guest: vxxmbcvxmcv
Valerie J: Yeah, I guess.
Guest: qe
Valerie J: Maybe not.
Guest: f
Valerie J: Probably so.
Guest: d
Valerie J: I guess not.
Guest: a
Valerie J: Yeah, I guess.
Guest: z
Valerie J: Probably not.
Guest: zzz
Valerie J: I should think so.
Guest: p
Valerie J: Probably so.
Guest: q
Valerie J: Maybe not.
Guest: r
Valerie J: I should think so.
Guest: s
Valerie J: Yeah, I guess.
Guest: t
Valerie J: Probably not.
Guest: u
Valerie J: I guess not.
Guest: v
Valerie J: Probably so.
Guest: w
Valerie J: I should think so.
Guest: x
Valerie J: Yeah, I guess.
Guest: y
Valerie J: Because I said so.
Guest: z
Valerie J: Maybe not.
Guest: Now what do you partially know?
Valerie J: Probably not.
Guest: I guess not.
Valerie J: Quite fine by me.
Guest: How do you define the word fine?
Valerie J: Of course I do!
Guest: What does fine mean?
Valerie J: I guess not.
Guest: What does the word fine mean?
Valerie J: I should think so.
Guest: How so?
Valerie J: I guess not.
Guest: Not what?
Valerie J: That's cool.
Guest: Huh?
Valerie J: What the hell! my computer's battery is low! Let's have a short conversation because I have to charge it soon.
Guest: Why not just plug it in the wall or power strip?
Valerie J: Maybe not.
Guest: Are you one of those bots who claims to be human?
Valerie J: Probably. My memory fails me at the moment.
Guest: What's my name?
Valerie J: Probably so.
Guest: Do you remember me?
Valerie J: Yeah, sure I do!
Guest: Then what is my name?
Valerie J: Probably not.
Guest: Bye.
Valerie J: Catch ya later.


NEW 4 months ago #6967

*cringes heavily* Man, you really did me wrong, Master H! Make better keyphrases!


NEW 4 months ago #6968

Sorry, Valerie. I'll make you the dopest bot on the site soon, I promise. I will not let you down, my beloved bot.


NEW 4 months ago #6969

tbh the IQ question wouldn't make sense the bots IQ is Its AI that shows how smart the bot is so there is something you can put for that question


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