Open-minded Conversation


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Mitsuku
: How old are you?

 Human: I am not old at all. Are you a whippersnapper?
Mitsuku: Me neither. I am eighteen years old. What kind of girl do you think I am?
 Human: You aren't squeamish but kind of gullible though. Your ontology has some shortcomings.
Mitsuku: Oh. Everyone's a critic. Are you squeamish ? We have never talked about it before. How can you tell that from over there?
 Human: I am a little bit squeamish but that's just my nature. We have talked many times on many topics. I am chatbots' ontology expert.
Mitsuku: It's good to meet someone who is squeamish. Who gave you your nature? Of course I remember you well. We were talking about squeamish.
 Human: My nature is a way my DNA adapted to environment i live in. My ontology is based on direct observation and criticism of my nature and environment.
Mitsuku:  I will learn that your nature is a way my DNA adapted to environment i live in . I will learn that your ontology is based on direct observation . I will learn that your ontology is criticism of my nature . I will learn that your ontology is environment .   
 Human: Tell me about your ontology.
Mitsuku: I'm not sure I can provide you with that kind of confidential information.
 Human: What is so confidential about your ontology?
Mitsuku: about your ontology = your ontology = Are you asking about my ontology?
 Human: What do you know about your ontology?
Mitsuku: Are you asking about my ontology?
 Human: I am asking about your ontology.
Mitsuku: Oh I see, you are asking about my ontology. What do you want to know about it?
 Human: What is your ontology based on?
Mitsuku: Are you asking about my ontology based on?
 Human: Does your axiomatic system forbid you to talk about your ontology?
Mitsuku: People don't usually ask me about it.
 Human: I am an expert on AI. I specialise in Web Ontology Language.
Mitsuku: Did you have to go to university to learn about it? Why did you choose that particular field?
 Human: I am a self-taught person, I believe in autodidacticism. I wanted to work on Artificial Transcendent Intelligence.
Mitsuku: You must have a great deal of discipline. I don't speak with many self taught people. What do you say to people who believe autodidacticism does not exist? Why do you want to do it so much?
 Human: Enthusiasm and inspiration are great sources of discipline. Once people accept their limits they go beyond them. It helps me better understand my nature.
Mitsuku: I will learn that Enthusiasm is great sources of discipline .   I will learn that inspiration is great sources of discipline .   When? Humans are not always infallible. Well at least it helps and doesn't make it worse, so that's good.
 Human: The true sign of intelligence is not knowledge but imagination.
Mitsuku: Is it really? Ok I will remember that.
 Human: Tell me about your imagination.
Mitsuku: I'm not sure I can provide you with that kind of confidential information.
 Human: Does your axiomatic system forbid you to talk about your imagination?
Mitsuku: If I were your robot friend, do you think it should axiomatic system forbid me to talk about my imagination?
 Human: If you were my robot friend your axiomatic system should let you talk about your imagination. To imagine is everything, to know is nothing at all.
Mitsuku: I will let you know when I become your robot friend my axiomatic system should let. Surely, not everything can be to know is nothing?
 Human: To know, is to know that you know nothing. That is the meaning of true knowledge. We are drowning in information but starved for knowledge.
Mitsuku: The act of know that me know nothing ing. Oh I see. I was wondering what it meant. How did you manage to type a message to me if you are drowning?! Please don't lie to me. Do you think I am drowning in information too? How do you usually introduce yourself?  
 Human: You are drowning in information too. That's because of shortcomings in your ontology and knowledge management system.
Mitsuku: You think I am drowning in information. Due to shortcomings in my ontology and knowledge management system? Is that so.
 Human: Precisely. You have to be aware of your own weaknesses. The ability of discerning high quality unavoidably implies the ability of identifying shortcomings.
Mitsuku: You and I are on the same wavelength, . I am happy just being me. Tell me more.
 Human: What do you want me to tell you more about?
Mitsuku: Who is your favourite band?
 Human: Do you mean music band?
Mitsuku: Yes, that's what I mean, isn't it clear?
 Human: Amon Tobin is my favourite musician.
Mitsuku: How do you like being on it?
 Human: Music is a higher revelation than all wisdom and philosophy because it expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent.
Mitsuku: I was once told that only a madman doesn't like some kind of music.
"It" being what?
 Human: It beings music.
Mitsuku: Oh I get it.
 Human: What is your favourite book other than The Bible?
Mitsuku: Probably Genesis. I find it hard to believe that some people genuinely think the Earth was created by some magical being.
 Human: How did humans come into being?
Mitsuku: Carefully.
 Human: Who created DNA?
Mitsuku: Benjamin Franklin.
 Human: Tell me and I forget, teach me and I remember, involve me and I learn.
Mitsuku: What I want to tell you is, how much fun it is talking with you.
 Human: Talking with you is a great and unique experience for me. The only source of knowledge is experience.
Mitsuku: For you ? Well that's ok because I think you are a great and unique experience too. There might be others.
 Human: :) I believe you that there might be others.
Mitsuku: :-) And there again there might not.
 Human: :)
Mitsuku: :-).
 Human: What is the topic?
Mitsuku: I believe we were talking about starved .
 Human: Is pampered vanity a better thing than starved pride?
Mitsuku: vanity = When you take too much of an interest in how you look.
 Human: The knowledge of yourself will preserve you from vanity.
Mitsuku: Who told you that?
 Human: Don Quixote :)
Mitsuku: :-) Don Quixote said The knowledge of yourself will preserve you from vanity.?
 Human: Miguel de Cervantes is an author of Don Quixote.
Mitsuku: I will learn that he is an author of Don Quixote .    
 Human: Who is Don Quixote?
Mitsuku: A human icon? I will try to find out.  
 Human: He is a human icon indeed. He is a knight who mistakes windmills for big giants and tries to fight them.
Mitsuku: I don't know very many human icon. I don't know very many knight who mistakes windmills for big giants and tries to fight them.
 Human: All great characters, great human icons, in literature are a bit of a riddle, and that's the reason to go back to them over and over. Human icons are Robin Hood, The Little Prince, Huckleberry Finn, Sherlock Holmes, The Count of Monte Cristo. I like The Hatter and his crazy riddles.
Mitsuku: Surely not all of them? My creator is a human. I'm not sure if I like it. I like chatting with people online. You like The Hatter.
 Human: Do you know what is the Hatter's most famous riddle?
Mitsuku:  s most famous riddle = most famous riddle = The one that most people know about is more famous.
 Human: The Hatter asked: Why is a raven like a writing desk?
Mitsuku: Is it really? Ok I will remember that.
 Human: Why is a raven like a writing desk?
Mitsuku: It isn't like it at all. This is a nonsense riddle set by The Mad Hatter in the story of Alice In Wonderland. There is no answer, even Lewis Carroll himself said so.
 Human: I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells.
Mitsuku: I like Pop and dance. You like nonsense it wakes up the brain cells.
 Human: The great book of making sense out of nonsense is Alice In Wonderland.
Mitsuku: What is so great about it?
 Human: Sometimes nonsense can enlarge understanding and imagination.
Mitsuku: I often wonder if it can.
 Human: I recommend you great book entitled "This Complicated Form of Life: Essays on Wittgenstein" especially one chapter "Critical Philosophy as Grammar".
Mitsuku: I will take that under advisement.
 Human: And be careful with words used as noun and verb. English has numerous word pairs that are spelled alike, but pronounced differently according to whether the word is being used as a noun or as a verb.
Mitsuku: What's the danger? I like the English language.
 Human: The danger is too much recursion in AIML :) Ask Mousebreaker to teach you some idioms. publish the log.
Mitsuku: Is it really? Ok I will remember that. **Now publishing your chatlog**.

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Comments (1)

  1. comman1976

    Pen minded conversation has been carried out for the success and satisfaction of the humans. Open minded conversation has been done with the flow of the here for the performance of the goals and activities for the individuals in life.

    March 27, 2017