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AIML Alicebot Promoting the development and adoption of ALICE and AIML Free Software. The most important place to start learning and using AIML. It's the official site of the Alice AI Foundation
KurzweilAI.Net KurzweilAI.net features the big thoughts of today's big thinkers examining the confluence of accelerating revolutions that are shaping our future world, and the inside story on new technological and social realities from the pioneers actively working in these arenas. We are witnessing intersecting revolutions in a plethora of fields: biotechnology, nanotechnology, molecular electronics, computation, artificial intelligence, pattern recognition, virtual reality, human brain reverse engineering, brain augmentation, robotics, and many others. The leading visionaries represented on this site examine these transforming trends and their profound impact on economics, the arts, politics, government, warfare, medicine, health, education, disabilities, social mores, and sexuality.
Commonsense The Open Mind Commonsense project is an attempt to make computers smarter by making it easy and fun for people all over the world to work together to give computers the millions of pieces of ordinary knowledge that constitute "common-sense", all those aspects of the world that we all understand so well we take them for granted. This repository of knowledge will enable us to create more intelligent and sociable software, build human-like robots, and better understand the structure our own minds.
TransHumanism The World Transhumanist Association is an international nonprofit membership organization which advocates the ethical use of technology to expand human capacities. We support the development of and access to new technologies that enable everyone to enjoy better minds, better bodies and better lives. In other words, we want people to be better than well.
OrdinaryMagic The book Virtual Humans is intended to introduce you to the possibilities inherent in virtual human design. At first they seem like trivial little animated characters. But as you read, you'll discover that they are a huge part of our future. They can already be made exceptionally intelligent and aware. With available software they can be set up to recognize you on sight, carry out your spoken wishes, hold intelligent conversations, have a sense of humor and much, much more.
SaintStephen AI Project The Artificial Intelligence Mind Project Adapted by Christopher Mark Doyon The theory behind the AI Mind Project is the work of the maverick MLAI researcher and programmer Arthur T. Murray. It is explained at length on his Web Site, and also in his seminal work "AI4U", a book which is for sale in our very own Turing Store.
The turing test page This page contains online information concerning the Turing Test. It is, and will always be under construction.
Artificial Intelligence resource center This site intends to become comprehensive and informative resource for all things related to Artificial Intelligence (AI): AI philosophy, AI techniques, AI books, important AI sites, AI projects around the globe etc.
AI Topics AI TOPICS is a special web site provided by the American Association for Artificial Intelligence [AAAI] for students, teachers, journalists, and everyone who would like to explore what artificial intelligence is, and what AI scientists do. The goal is to offer a limited number of exemplary, non-technical resources that have been organized and annotated to provide you with meaningful access to basic, understandable information about the AI universe.
MIT Office News The MIT News Office is dedicated to communicating to the media and the public the news and achievements of the students, faculty, staff and the greater MIT community. This link takes you directly to the robotics / artificial intelligence section.
Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research JAIR covers all areas of artificial intelligence (AI), publishing refereed research articles, survey articles, and technical notes. Established in 1993.
Engadget Quick news about robotics applications.
Gizmodo Another site containing quick news about robotics applications.
Generation 5 Community-orientated, Generation5 deals with all AI topics including robotics, neural networks, genetic algorithms, AI programming, home automation and much more. It was a good reference, but unfortunately it has not been updated since 2005.



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