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Re: Artificial Intelligence experiment

by QM (Parson)
on Feb 05, 2020 at 11:16 UTC ( [id://11112424]=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Artificial Intelligence experiment

You'll want to be wary of the Tay bot problem, that is, having malicious input skew your bot's training.

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Re^2: Artificial Intelligence experiment
by PerlGuy(Tom) (Acolyte) on Feb 09, 2020 at 09:11 UTC
    I'm not really sure I see that as a problem.

    One person's skewing is another's inovative new killer app.

    Anybody can train Bot to do anything they like.

    Create a bookmarking service, FAQ, help desk. etc.

    For example, you could ask Bot, "Where can I find out about Perl?"

    If he responds, "I don't know..." "Tell me..." Type in, using html: <""></a> and next time someone asks, Bot will respond by providing the direct hyperlink to PerlMonks.


      Now Bot has no real brain, so can't really distinguish between the questions: "Where can I find out about Perl?" And "Where can I find out about Perl 5?" And "Where can I find out about Perl Programming?" Or any other variation of the same question. Or rather he DOES distinguish, or does not relate one to another. So his answer can be different. His response is based on a simple character match in a hash.
      Program can be done to show similar questions based upon close match and then elevate that as a main question for the direct answers when sufficient inquires are made for that question for the same accepted answer.

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