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new and innovative software to make everybody's life easier. If you have
questions or would like to invest into any particular project, don't
hesitate to contact us.
Prof.Phreak is a program
to simulate a human conversation. Sometime in the past, some Artificial Intelligence researcher wrote
a joke program named Eliza, which would talk to people, and fool them into thinking it was a real
person. Prof.Phreak is the next generation of that. You can check out the
current proof of concept version here.
The program is currently implemented in Perl, uses a large database of conversation
items, and has a CGI interface (courtesy of MakeHTML III). You can learn about the format of the database, programs
abilities, and other such things at the main Prof.Phreak's page.
The eventual goal for this system is to assist people with basic
questions they may have. Maybe use it in place of a customer service
representative. Automatically and correctly answer most customer query
e-mails with a seemingly personal response. Answer most basic questions
someone may have about some particular product, etc., again, all making
it appear as though the person is not talking to an automated system,
but actually has the pleasure of a real human ;-)
MakeXML is a successor to MakeHTML III. The
goals of the project have been shifted a bit from what was originally planned.
Revised MakeXML Goals:
- This whole thing is about having information(1), and
generating impressive gui(2) to present the information.
- Generation has to be easily modifiable and configurable.
- Generation has to be reasonably fast and efficient to
have the ability of handling huge websites of at least
50,000 separate pages/resources.
(1) information is anything you can represent in a computer. It
can be a database, file, image, video, audio, etc.
(2) gui: for all types of hardware/software configurations. Slimed
down version for older browsers. Plain text versions. Versions for
mobile devices, cell phones, PDAs. Graphics, Video, Audio, HTML,
XML, etc. Generating CGI, PHP, JSP, Servlets, etc.
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