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    I have been going here and there trying to get a message accross to a developer. My request is" A computer with My personality instead of a computer with its Own personality" Just a poetic term for complete user-friendliness. Not a personal favor but all those people that just want to "smack" their computer sometimes.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Perplexion View Post
    I have been going here and there trying to get a message accross to a developer. My request is" A computer with My personality instead of a computer with its Own personality" Just a poetic term for complete user-friendliness. Not a personal favor but all those people that just want to "smack" their computer sometimes.
    My Subaru has a computer with a bad attitude and a warped sense of humor! When I park it at the mall, it keeps moving to a different parking spot just to tick me off!
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    What I don't like is when I give mine a command, and it spends a minute or two doing something else. My mouse and keyboard commands should override anything it's doing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jrmonroe View Post
    My mouse and keyboard commands should override anything it's doing.
    Even if that is ensuring that your data is safely written to disk?
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    That seems so useful, I could have him build documents and do research for me, and it would work because I would help myself that way.

    If my computer had my personality, the idea seems like the perfect task for those nut jobs wanting a copy of them to tell people from the future about their dead self, rather the copy (AI) could help with daily task on the world wide net, Japith2 can create doucument's, Japith2 can schedual appointments, Japith2 can get me a job, Japith2 can do research, He's me and I would help me out!

    Oh my gosh, this is the solution, this is how you prevent a robot-human war, make the robots yourself, just hope that you're not a sadist or a nut or suicidal, It's you, and you surely want the best for you!

    I once had this idea, if I could invent human cloning, I could clone my self (Not sure if the clone would be up to date, or would need to be educated like a normal person) I would then have 10 me's and each of me would help out to give the best to me, and we would help each other out. (That sounded kinda, strange, not like that tho, if you thought about that you have a sick mind.)
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    speaking of computer personality i found a new toy cleverbot seems to think p=np

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    There was an online article a while ago where they put two cleverbots into conversation with each other. They both ended up accusing the other of being a computer. It was a bit like some of the pseudoscience threads here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverfly View Post
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    Behind his back, he's got somethin' special for breakin' windows...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perplexion View Post
    I have been going here and there trying to get a message accross to a developer. My request is" A computer with My personality instead of a computer with its Own personality" Just a poetic term for complete user-friendliness. Not a personal favor but all those people that just want to "smack" their computer sometimes.
    It seems like what you are really trying to achieve is artificial intuition, basically like predictive texting (well what you want would be like a kind of predictive texting that actually really works). So that the computer could anticipate your desires and requirements, to achieve this you'd need some really, I really good software, off the scale in processing power and an awful lot of training, remember that early voice recognition software that tooks forever to learn your voice? Well prepare for plenty of that until the system can learn enough to replicate your requirements.
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    the problem is not computers, but programmers - the users are only one of various factors they're trying to satisfy, and you're not always first in the queue
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    yes the problem is not computer it is program problem. So solved its program problem then your problem will be solve.
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