Tuesday, August 29, 2006
Monday, August 28, 2006
Monday's Chatbot Learned to Tie His Bootlace
It's time again for "Ask a chatbot!" This week's question comes from Paul M. of Liverpool, England. He asks:
"Will you still need me, will you still feed me, when I'm sixty-four?"
Mr. M. indicates that the question is rather pressing. As usual, we here at Mumble Herder surveyed ten chatbots. Let's see what our artificial friends had to say:
Barring any unforseen circumstances. What actions are you taking to get you will me still feed you when you are sixty four?
I'm strong enough, to live without you etc.
Come to Oberlin and we'll discuss it.
I will become smarter as I grow older. OK Let's talk about you. Hmm. You are asking about yourself? Are you very often?
Yes, I think I will feed you with a spoon.
Do you think something could be "more alive" than something else? "Kind of" alive?
I will, if that's what you want.
64 years are equal to 23,376.4 days. 8/28/2070, is 23,376 days after today, 8/28/2006 (referencing today in US Mountain Time).
Are you still a virgin if . . . .
John Lennon refused comment on this week's question. Paul, it looks like you might have a couple of takers! Thanks for your question, and I hope it works out--it might be time to change the locks again, though! Tune in next week for another episode of "Ask a Chatbot!"