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Robocod



Joined: 05 Mar 2018
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Howdy, i've been away for quite sometime due too personnel reasons. I was wondering if anyone has written a version of Eliza in FASM? If so where can I find it? If not, I'd love to learn how.
Post 17 Dec 2018, 21:53
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revolution
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I presume you mean this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ELIZA

I've not seen any asm code posted for that.
Post 17 Dec 2018, 21:58
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bitRAKE



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What I remember is some versions were written in LISP. This was the era of AI where they believed a list of rules would be sufficient to process an environment. Since that time we now understand there are rules to systems which are beyond our understanding - even very simple systems. And the complexity of unknowns grows exponentially with time. Douglas B. Lenat's Eurisko was of a similar methodology. These systems had very limited success. Yet, are interesting from a historical perspective.

Looks like the wiki page for Eliza has some good references - several translations and explanations.

Longest running AI project: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyc
Post 18 Dec 2018, 09:53
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