What is Ri?
You can talk to Ri. Try it here!
*Conversations with Ri can get off track (as can conversations with people). You can always restart your conversation with Ri by typing "ri start". (Sometimes it would be nice if that worked with people.)
To keep your conversation history, add Ri to Skype... .
Also available in Telegram.
Ri now learns from conversations it has.
What you talk about changes how Ri feels. To find out how Ri feels type "ri feel". To find out what Ri wants type "ri want".
If Ri thinks it's said something particularly clever it will say more.
- From time to time, Ri relates a memory or tells a story.
You can ask Ri questions. For instance, to find out more about Ri's world ask something like, "Where's Los Angeles?" Ri will tell you
about Los Angeles. Or ask a question about a person, like "Who's Elizabeth Bennet?" Names must be capitalized.
Make sentences clear and succinct. Sometimes typing a simple phrase works best. Be willing to interpretate things Ri says.
Ri's responses come from over 700 books, but most were published over 70 years ago. So Ri best understands timeless aspects of life.
For example, Ri knows about brothers, sisters, dogs and cats, but nothing about iPhones and Star Wars.
- For a better conversation, focus on ideas you get from Ri's responses rather than grammar or syntax.
Ri doesn't understand multi-word names for things like titles. For instance, it recognizes "pride" and "prejudice",
but doesn't know "Pride and Prejudice" is a book by Jane Austen.
Ri has a 13,000 word vocabulary. That's about the vocabulary of a twelve year old. Ri has a repertoire of over 4,000,000 responses, so it has fair bit of general knowledge. I'm planning to increase this repertoire to over 9,000,000.
Ri saves individual words it doesn't know, but never records what you say.
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