User:Arthur T. Murray
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My B.A. degree is in ancient Greek and Latin. I have written four natural-language generation (NLG) programs:
The most advanced feature of the English and German AI programs is their ability to engage in automated reasoning with inference. The AI Mind detects the input of a verb of being followed by a predicate nominative, such as "Eve is a woman." The AI searches its conceptual memory for generic knowledge about any predicate nominative, such as "Women have a child." The AI makes a silent, unconfirmed inference and then asks the user a confirming question, such as "Does Eve have a child?" If the user answers "No", the software changes the underlying idea in memory to a negative assertion.