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:

Mind in English; Mind.Forth in English; Wotan in German; and Dushka in Russian.

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.

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