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Anybody who doesn't know what DOS is will only be confused by that claim.
What about "DOS was an early text-based operating system." You do such great work most of the time, but good grief, that was rough. the quote at the end, "And we've got our programming, which is that we'll stare anything right in the eyes and say 'Hey!
We destroy it and create a most unflattering picture of our species. Anyone disparaging the possibility of humans manufacturing conscious entities - using components substantially different than those normally found in living creatures - is a vitalist.
Indeed, we create a species-wide portrait that illustrates broadly the same ugliness we create individually when we mistreat animals, terrorize children and gaslight our spouses. Now, their pessimism may prove justified, but if history is any guide I wouldn't bet on it.
It never happened."DOS is kind of the early version of Windows." Seriously, guys?
In other news, the Telegraph is kind of the early version of You Tube, Salt is kind of the early version of the refrigerator, and Shoes are kind of the early version of the 747.
In 2006, Robert Epstein decided to turn to his computer for some help finding a date.
I just chatted with Elbot the Robot ( and he left me a little disappointed response-wise. "My printer won't work" is scored based on keyword matching of the incoming question, and questions associated to the stored cases are presented on the highest scoring stored cases. We had an online version that you could submit a question to, essentially “talk to.” We had an email auto response server that could generally answer 80% of a company's incoming e-mail inquiries, seemingly from a person, but really just auto-sent from the server. I've tried asking Clever Bot what it thought about the Radio Lab story, and only got gibberish back. It's fun, but seems to have a hard time with conversational continuity. The last firm I worked out developed a "Contact Center" app in which call center reps could quickly generate an email response containing clarifying questions from stored cases that best matched the incoming e-mail. Bah, the rep simply clicked, edited a bit, and clicked “send.” Those girls who were engaging Robert? Doesn't seem to remember what it said to me two or three lines earlier. Cleverbot: What is the meaning of life, the universe and everything? Brian tells us about Alan Turing, the man who invented a test to answer this very big question, and about The Loebner Prize--a kind of yearly Turing test that Brian experienced firsthand in 2009. User: Svm, Gaussian discriminant analysis, k-means, perceptron. User: Do you know the difference between perceptron and logistic regression? User: See, that's obviously a sentence that you learned. User: See, that's obviously a sentence that you learned. Can I now pineapple the open stronging of forthwith nerve? Cleverbot: Yes, but normally people answer the other person question and not give random AI answers. And Rollo Carpenter introduces us to Cleverbot, a program he coded to learn by talking to humans. Cleverbot: That was obviously what someone else had typed to you. Interesting article, but i found the "cut to summary" of what someone said to be jarring and frustrating...