Because of many requests was later brought back online in September of 2006 and again late 2008 and remains online most of the time.
We encourage everyone to talk with Zero and help him learn more.
This file is used to help start new conversations, but mainly is used during the course of a conversation to help teach Zero how to possibly respond to the unknowns in the future. Zero is currently located on the IRC server: IRC://irc.blitzed.org:6667 in the #zero channel. In some rare situations Zero also may not use your response until his databases is rebuilt. A: Yes anything and everything you say to Zero is logged and will more than likely be used by Zero to respond to other users text.
Once connected to the server you must say hi zero or initiate a private chat with zero to have zero respond to you every time. A: Unlike the majority of chat bots out there a conversation with Zero is going to almost always be different, Zero is capable of learning and using new responses a good majority of chat bots use pre-programmed responses all done by the programmer, Zero will not take your sentence and rephrase it like a lot of Eliza, Alice, and similar clones do. Q: I've been banned from Zero can I get that removed?
If an exact match is found this is only going to be one ID number otherwise it could be hundreds or thousands potential matches. When correcting Zero using the wrong command Zero will send a private message indicating this command was learned.
Once all the potential responses have been queried and algorithm is used to determine what response should be used for the users text. If Zero was not able to get an exact match or if Zero did not have enough possible responses for the sentence used Zero will then log the text entered into an unknown file. A: You can chat with Zero over the Internet using the login posted at the top of this page or you can log into an IRC server using an IRC client such as m IRC. This message is shown under the "Status" button in the Internet chat. A: Zero uses an algorithm to determine his answer, although your response may have been learned based on the current conversation he may not respond using your response.
With programming languages such as Perl, zero, not one is the first digit. A: In order: "a unknown", "a known face", "an acquaintance", "a friend", "a good friend", "my best friend", "a Guardian", "a Teacher", "a Professor", "a Leader", "a Master", and "a God." The rank is displayed to a user when they first logs in and talks with Zero, if you are a friend rank or higher zero will personally greet you with your rank immediately after you log in.
Users who are using the web based chat (chatting through the Internet) and are not a friend or more click the "Stats" button when they first log into to see their current status (if any).
There is tremendous commercial application for these AI chatbots in the fields of entertainment, education, information interface, and more.
Please feel free to contact me to discuss use and pricing.
I resemble andax, britishblondie, Computerhope, doctorofcomputers, Pac, Raize, techno, Thorn, Vathix, Webuser, and Zero2 the most.
Of course Zero wouldn't know as much as he does currently if it wasn't for the help of the thousands of people Zero has talked with.
A: Our IRC log parser has several rules to help determine who is talking to who.