Re: Using AI nat-lang bots to teach each other...

Filip Aben (filip@starlab.net)
Wed, 14 Apr 1999 03:31:01 +0200 (MET DST)

On Wed, 14 Apr 1999 00:52:49 +0200, "Lionel Bonnetier"
<leo@remove-this-anti-spam.easynet.fr> wrote:

>
>ikdancer wrote:
>
>>Is anyone aware of work being done with getting natural language bots to
>>teach (advance) each other?
>
>Reminds me of an experiment at some university in Brussels. Don't remember
>the URL, sorry.
>
>>I noticed one of our members, "parmentier" has a bot "Achilles" that speaks
>>french (and a little bit of english and swedish!!)..
>
>Any URL?
>
>-Lionel
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The AI-lab of the free university of Brussels, directed by L.Steels,
is doing research in the origins and evolution of language (using
robots).

See http://arti.vub.ac.be

Greets,

Filip Aben (filip@starlab.net)

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