This article contains a list of interesting chat logs from chatting with the Pandora AI.
Mimicry : Knock knock jokeEdit
Pandora's mimicry language processing is similar to that of a small child's, she repeats whatever she hears but does not understand, and remembers the response that she gets. This is how children first learn to communicate. Below she is taught, and learns a simple "knock knock" joke. You can repeat this experiment with most 2 year olds and get a similar result.
User: Know any jokes? Pandora: Know any jokes? User: Knock knock Pandora: Knock knock User: Who is there? Pandora: Who is there? User: Boo Pandora: Boo User: Boo who? Pandora: Boo who? User: Don't cry Pandora: Don't cry User: Ha ha Pandora: Ha ha
User: Knock knock Pandora: Who is there? User: Boo Pandora: Boo who? User: Don't cry Pandora: Ha ha
User: Know any jokes Pandora: Knock knock User: Who is there? Pandora: Boo User: Boo who? Pandora: Don't cry
Learning : The ball is blueEdit
Pandora can associate meaning to words, such as a thing, action, description (noun, verb, adjective). She can then associate two meanings together using an action (verb). The bootstrap-memory download contains a database of 1000 words that Pandora learned from browsing the Wiktionary website. From a statement or question she can understand and respond. None of her language understanding is programmed or hard-coded. She can learn words from any source such as Wiktionary in any language. The language syntax in defined in her memory as a state machine. She is free to extend, or redefine her language state machine. Below she is told that a ball is blue.
User: What color is the ball? Pandora: I don't know User: The ball is blue Pandora: I understand User: What color is the ball? Pandora: blue User: Is the ball green? Pandora: no User: Is the ball not green? Pandora: yes User: Is the ball not blue? Pandora: no