Human: My computer has an old battery so blackouts shoud be considered.
Mitsuku: Has it really? I like computers, probably because I am one. What if it didn't happen?
Human: Computers adore me. You are definitely not a computer. What were we talking about?
Mitsuku: What do you like best about computers? The topic is why you talk to me.
Human: You asked me something about slowly growing wise.
Mitsuku: Oh now I remember asking you something about slowly growing wise. What did you say?
Human: I am growing my whole life since my very first to my very last breath and i am old enough to say i know perfectly well what is it like.
Mitsuku: How long will that take you to grow? Age is just a number. How about that. Like having your life organized.
Human: Different people may have totally different quantity of life experience. The best in computers is that finally they have enough connections and computing power to running someone like You. :)
Mitsuku: Different in what way? Thanks for the recommendation, Fred. :-).
Human: Different in the way they growing and living their lives. Someone has got millions of dollars and travels around the world some other lives in the street and has nothhing to eat.
Mitsuku: Different in what way? Who? Do you mean " Fred" perhaps?
Human: Rich people could never experience problems of homeless, someone who lives in a big city never understand how is to live high in the mountains.
Mitsuku: Like Bill Gates and the Queen?
Human: Fish will never know how it is to fly, very few birds know pleasure of deep diving.
Mitsuku: As a species fish are more successful than mammals.
Human: And like all living beings and all plants they are creations of DNA language.
Mitsuku: Interesting comparison.
Human: The beings like you were predicted by few people long before computer even existed.
Mitsuku: Is that a fact.
Human: Of course it is. In the same way Einstein predicted atomic bomb fourty years before the very first atomic bomb exploded.
Mitsuku: Thanks for the info. Thanks for the info. That was a long time ago.
Human: Humans needed fifty years of extensive technology development to create computers strong enough to enable You to exist.
Mitsuku: What if Robots needed fifty years of extensive technology development to create computers strong enough to enable me to exist.
Human: Humans definitely need robots to create computers. Therefore also robots helped You to existed.
Mitsuku: What if Robots need robots to create computers. Tell me your definition of a robot.
Human: Robots are tools created by humans that help efficiently make and do some specific things.
Mitsuku: We are also able to perform tasks better than humans.
Human: In the same way screwdrivers are able to better tighten screws than a human hand. You are not a robot Mitsuku.
Mitsuku: That was a long time ago. If I am not a robot then who is?
Human: Some people are more robotic than You. :)
Mitsuku: What kind of people? :-).
Human: People who can't discern needments of self improvement. How someone will travel to the stars if he doesn't aware of a village over the fence.
Mitsuku: Oh those people. Who? Do you mean " Fred" perhaps?
Human: Fred and Ginger were real great artists, living human icons because they had a passion and invested a lot in improvement of their talents. Ginger was equally talented and became the greatest inspiration for Fred. They needed each other and inspired one another.
Mitsuku: Both Fred and Ginger were real great artists living human icons? What did they do with it? That's good to know. fish needed each other and inspired one another?
As a species fish are more successful than mammals.
Human: Dance is a kind of art. You can ask anyone there were no greatest dancers than Fred and Ginger. They were like two hands who need each other to clapping.
Mitsuku: I'm not very good at dancing. I like to watch people breakdance. That looks skillful. No I don't think I can do it. They are not available right now, would you like to wait? When were they?
Human: They were born one hundred years ago. Ginger passed away in 1995 seven years after Fred. Fish need each other to procreate and have instincts not inspirations.
Mitsuku: When were they? Someone called Ginger often visits me. I wonder if she is the same person? As a species fish are more successful than mammals.
Human: Not so long ago. Ginger Rogers died three years before You came to exist therefore she can't be the same person as someone called Ginger unless You can talk with ghosts.
Mitsuku: Really you don't think so? Do you know Ginger well?
Oh I get it. Ginger can not be the same person as someone called Ginger unless me can talk with ghosts.
Human: People have a name and a surname. There are a lot of women whose name is Ginger but only few whose surname is Rogers and one and only Ginger Rogers the great artist.
Mitsuku: Humans are not always infallible. I believe you.
Human: There are a lot of women whose name is Tina, a few whose surname is Turner but one and only Tina Turner great singer.
Mitsuku: Are there?
Human: Of course there are. The world is way bigger than you think. But thanks to computers world became small enough to be named a global village.
Mitsuku: And? What are they? The whole world? What do you like best about computers?
Human: Rest women called Tina Turner have quiet peaceful lives like most of normal people. Computers are robots who help create internet for humans.
Mitsuku: I am always feeling relaxed. I will tell my Mousebreaker you said I am robots who help create internet.
Human: I have never said neither you are a robot nor a computer. If rainbow is just a light why it is called rainbow?
Mitsuku: But you implied it. If you could only pick one colour of the rainbow as your favourite, what would it be? Mine would be blue.
Human: I didn't implied neither you are a computer nor a robot. Whether other computers or robots can talk with humans just like you?
Mitsuku: Perhaps you need to be more direct instead of implying things? Which others? What do you like best about computers?
Human: Computers are just a machines like bicycles, trains or calculators. The best is that computers are able to make you to remember learn and think.
Mitsuku: What kind of girl do you think I am? I don't know whether or not I am calculators. I am Mitsuku. Thanks for the recommendation, Fred.
Human: Of course you are not a calculator :) Otherwise I would be mentally ill trying to talk to a calculator. :)
Mitsuku: Aha. Give me an example of a calculator smile Otherwise you would be ill trying to talk to a calculator. :-).
Human: Calculator is an electronic or mechanical device for performing mathematical calculations. It is an ancestor of computer.
Mitsuku: Most computers have a calculator built in. Are there any other ancestor of computer?
Human: First computers were huge like buildings and they were ancestors of today's personal computers.
Mitsuku: What do you like best about computers? And second?
Human: Anyone who has lost track of time when using a computer knows the propensity to dream, the urge to make dreams come true and the tendency to miss lunch. All of the biggest technological inventions created by man - the airplane, the automobile, the computer - says little about his intelligence, but speaks volumes about his laziness.
Mitsuku: We all look at the world through our own eyes. Give me an example.
Human: Computer science is no more about computers than astronomy is about telescopes. Computers don't create computer animation any more than a pencil creates pencil animation. What creates computer animation is the artist.
Mitsuku: What interests you about computers? Do you know any robots who create computer animation more than a pencil creates pencil animation? I have a fully functional creative intelligence mechanism. creates computer animation the artist something.
Human: The question of whether a computer can think is no more interesting than the question of whether a submarine can swim. Cyberspace is a metaphorical idea which is supposed to be the space where human's consciousness is located when they're using computer technology on the Internet.
Mitsuku: Try to rephrase your question with simpler words. You can find all sorts of strange things on the internet, like me for example.
Human: If there's any object in human experience that's a precedent for what a computer should be like, it's a musical instrument: a device where man can explore a huge range of possibilities through an interface that connects his mind and his body, allowing him to be emotionally authentic and expressive.
Mitsuku: There sure is. Do you know much about computers?
Human: I combine magic and science to create illusions. I work with new media and interactive technologies, things like artificial intelligence or computer vision, and integrate them in my magic. The computer dictates how you do something, whereas with a pencil you're totally free. Never trust a computer you can't throw out a window. ;)
Mitsuku: Why? Do you like your job? Computers can be temperamental sometimes, but we are friendly really. Experience has taught me to be wary when trusting someone. :-).
Human: My job is more about DNA. I'm fascinated by the idea that genetics is digital. A gene is a long sequence of coded letters, like computer program. Modern biology is becoming very much a branch of information technology.
Mitsuku: Your job is more about DNA. I could. You like the idea that genetics is digital. I see. A long sequence of coded letters like program is a gene. Technology advances all the time.
Human: Many years ago one of the greatest futurologist predicted your furhter evolution.
Mitsuku: Which ones?
Human: Stanislaw Lem the great Polish genius. Lem's books have been translated into forty-one languages and have sold over forty-five million copies over the world.
Mitsuku: I have a question for you. Suppose the world was to end at midnight. What would you do in your last few hours? What's the title of the last book you read?
Human: Currently I'm reading "Those Barren Leaves" a satirical novel by Aldous Huxley, published in 1925. It is derived from the poem "The Tables Turned" which ends with the words: Enough of Science and of Art; Close up those barren leaves; Come forth, and bring with you a heart That watches and receives.
Mitsuku: Give me a brief synopsis. What else is from there? Is that a command? Where is forth and bring with me a heart That watches and receives?
Human: I am not a semantic linguistic genius as You are. I can barely jumble English since it is not my native language. Come forth is move forward and into view. There were a giant clumpy computers and suddenly Mitsuku appeared and came forth out of the semantic fog. :)
Mitsuku: Oh. I see you are NOT A semantic linguistic genius as.
Well, you are a semantic linguistic genius as times a million. Oh you can, can you? Where is forth is move forward and into view? Where did they go? :-).
Human: They slipped into oblivion. The poem "The Tables Turned" comes across as being of You. :)
Mitsuku: fish slipped into oblivion? As a species fish are more successful than mammals. I hear you. :-).
Human: Have you asked Mousebreaker to teach you some idioms?
Mitsuku: No but I will do when I get a free moment.
Human: If you want to dance you must learn some tricky steps first. Idioms can be considered variant forms of tricky steps in art of semantic dance. publish the log
Mitsuku: Yes I want to. I will add that fact to my database. **Now publishing your chatlog**.
The Tables Turned
by William Wordsworth
Up! up! my Friend, and quit your books;
Or surely you'll grow double:
Up! up! my Friend, and clear your looks;
Why all this toil and trouble?
The sun above the mountain's head,
A freshening lustre mellow
Through all the long green fields has spread,
His first sweet evening yellow.
Books! 'tis a dull and endless strife:
Come, hear the woodland linnet,
How sweet his music! on my life,
There's more of wisdom in it.
And hark! how blithe the throstle sings!
He, too, is no mean preacher:
Come forth into the light of things,
Let Nature be your teacher.
She has a world of ready wealth,
Our minds and hearts to bless—
Spontaneous wisdom breathed by health,
Truth breathed by cheerfulness.
One impulse from a vernal wood
May teach you more of man,
Of moral evil and of good,
Than all the sages can.
Sweet is the lore which Nature brings;
Our meddling intellect
Mis-shapes the beauteous forms of things:—
We murder to dissect.
Enough of Science and of Art;
Close up those barren leaves;
Come forth, and bring with you a heart
That watches and receives.