The Atomic Playboy and the Radiation Romeo

The button below will open a new browser window displaying the Flash interface for Atomic and Romeo (Version 16 with Preloader). You will find a page of introductory text, some instructions and then the interface where you can suggest a topic for conversation.

This version 16 uses the landscape layout, updates the heckler and end-of-conversation functions with an audio sign-off. All the features from previous versions remain - scroll bar control,custId variable allows me to better log and track conversations.

The chat-bots are hosted on the Pandorabots server under the Shared Service subscription. Please note, the terms of the Updated Policy Guidelines for Free Community Server state that the “Use of automated scripts to make your pandorabot talk to itself or another bot or script” is proscribed (Pandorabots 2011). This project is being developed with the agreement of the Pandorabots Inc management and we would like to acknowledge their support. ( Pandorabots )

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After you have had a play with Atomic and Romeo please use this link to leave a comment.
Maybe you could suggest a topic of conversation or a layout suggestion.
All suggestions gratefully received.

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Been away a while

The arrow of time is really pointy - you know what I mean. Anyway over the past months I've been concentrating on writing sections of my exegesis and, where possible, converting these to journal articles. I've now got a pretty good handle on the overall structure of the exegesis. The sections I've already written are long but this is a good starting point for editing and shaping.

In early January I'm off to Los Angeles for a couple of conferences - the  Eighth International Conference on Technology, Knowledge and Society and then the Sixth International Conference on Design Principles and Practices. The papers for these have been written and submitted. Hopefully the publishing process will not cause any grief.

In February I'm delivering a paper at the 18th Australasian Humour Studies Network Colloquium in Canberra. Last year it was held in Hobart. A damn fine event that attracted academics and practitioners - this year promises to be bigger and better.

The next couple of posts will be about AIML development issues. This is my core task now.

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