Moving On

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beveryafraid
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Moving On

Post by beveryafraid » Fri Mar 24, 2006 3:00 pm

The Televirtual artificial Intelligence work has now reached the point when we can put it to use.
Its time to move on or abandon Knightmare to its current position as a piece of Television history.
If TV returns to it in the future fine. But I detect no signs of it happening.
Meantime I'd like to put the legend and the bestiary to work again.
So I am thinking of a new kind of on-line entertainment.
Not Television - as we know, or knew it.
Not a video game either.
Knightmare was always a cool world. Not too big, not too small, and not too safe. I can also use some bits of the later 3d dungeon who so many of you disliked so much.
Anyway, watch this space.
Want to learn about linguistic based AI?
goto www.jabberwacky.com and talk to George. You can even tell him about Knightmare.
:'(
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Re:Moving On

Post by Emii » Fri Mar 24, 2006 3:28 pm

I'm intrigued. ;D
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Re:Moving On

Post by Malefact » Fri Mar 24, 2006 7:28 pm

I'm sorry that it didn't work out with KM-VR. I think it's a testament to the lack of imagination and courage of the tv execs that it wasn't given a chance. Thanks for trying, though.

Linguistic A.I. (mainly in terms of what are loosely termed 'conversation simulators') has always been an interest of mine. I've been incubating some ideas in my mind for a long while now, regarding strong A.I. and found that, at its heart, it's a subject which can unite all others, simply because the act of considering the mind means that you'd be considering all that the mind considers.

(P.S. I've been trying to visit www.jabberwacky.com and can't seem to load the page. Any help would be much appreciated.)
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Re:Moving On

Post by Lowebo » Sat Mar 25, 2006 12:34 pm

beveryafraid wrote: The Televirtual artificial Intelligence work has now reached the point when we can put it to use.
Its time to move on or abandon Knightmare to its current position as a piece of Television history.
If TV returns to it in the future fine. But I detect no signs of it happening.
Meantime I'd like to put the legend and the bestiary to work again.
So I am thinking of a new kind of on-line entertainment.
Not Television - as we know, or knew it.
Not a video game either.
Knightmare was always a cool world. Not too big, not too small, and not too safe. I can also use some bits of the later 3d dungeon who so many of you disliked so much.
Anyway, watch this space.
Want to learn about linguistic based AI?
goto www.jabberwacky.com and talk to George. You can even tell him about Knightmare.
:'(
Is it just me envisioning an internet based "tv show/RPG" type thingy...
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Re:Moving On

Post by Illusion » Sat Mar 25, 2006 7:29 pm

There is some more info about George on the Televirtual site http://www.televirtual.com/george.htm
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