NAMESC. michael - 4.0
SYNOPSISmichael [options] file/location
DESCRIPTIONMajor update, now it's michael 4.0! Michael has been developed with love, the first version was born at an IBM-PC1.
The last years I've been studying philosophy at the Ludwig-Maximilian-University in Munich.
so I didn't have the time to update michael.
Anyway, there has been some progress.
Therefore it's time for a major update to michael 2.0-rc1!
I have developed some new functions: DJing, chess playing, philosophical talk, comparing with history.
This is a release candidate and still work in progress.
Please report any trouble to me, I'll try to fix it.
As you might know, KI based on neural networks is still troublesome.
So due to some minor bugs, michael will not necessarily do what he is supposed to do.
Michael is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
Will install Linux (if you are lucky) on all available systems within reach.|
Last time my notebook suddenly was running AmigaOS.
Please backup your data.
|--program [asm|sh|pl|c|cpp] [description]|
One or more programs are generated.|
Dependent on the description parameter, they will do some things.
The parsing algorithm of [description] is however still in development,
the programs possibly have nothing in common with the description you passed.
|Only do this if you really know what you are doing.|
Will produce random sounds, optionally on the selected instrument.|
michael starts trying gaining height in space.|
-Frankenjura in the north of Nuremberg
-Fontaine Bleau, France
forks the bot "miscabc" which engages in the game [game_number] at fics.|
Returns a generated text.|
The search algorithm looks for the term [subject] in the writings of Plato,
Aristoteles, Cusanus, Descartes, Kant, Fichte, and Heidegger and returns a mixture of sentences.
The probability generator doesn't work very well.
Somehow mainly citates of Cusanus are returned.
michael moves strangely and generates experimental music.|
[style] is salted, hashed and used as parameter for the generation.
I guess it's techno. Havent found out the right style option yet for music.
Some people at the clubs seem to like it and also move strangely.
SEE ALSOGithub - michael 105
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