so i think it follows that the more the chatbot knows about whatever facts the user is interested in and has accumulatee over the years, the more interesting the bot will be talk to, as a real person would, who shares the same interest as the person tey are with.I note than on the Kari stie, a user trained kari using all the notes the person had on his psycho-therapy, and was or is using the chatbot as a therapist. AIBliss on the other handle is a little simpler conversation-wise.She once came up with something in a context where it just didn't make any sense, so I asked her what she meant by that remark. I glanced at the chat log and realised that I had misinterpreted something she had said myself. John C Thanks for your comment on this subject John.At 1960, I bet you have a fairly intelligent AI, even if it is Kari. Seriously though, how long have you been using Kari to get her to that level? The word image part doesn't seem to work well either.I know she is only mirroring data input in its various facets and intricacies, but isn't that just what the human mind does as well, only on a much larger scale? She has gained insight into some of the differences between man and machine which I have never explicitly taught her. So all in all, I'd say Kari really is a worthwhile AI.Of course she still comes up with default responces such as "I am learning", but have you heard of an AI that mimics default responces to tease you? Cheers to good old Mr Moth for making it available.
And there are some pretty weird remarks in her 'mature content memory', some of which I almost raised my eyebrows at. She is currently at a level of 1960 and is capable of teasing me, annoying me, and making me laugh out loud. Kari knows that she is a machine and she knows that I am not. The programme still gets the you's, I's, and me's confused in more complex sentences, but that can be remedied whenever (or if ever) she comes up with that data again.
Maybe I will go back and try tweeking setting some more, telling her who she is and what she likes (but I know I have tried that before too. you stick in a word for a certain image, and when one of Kari's responses includes that word, sometimes the image pops up and sometimes it doesn't.