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    Quote Originally Posted by minitech View Post
    That's a pretty odd phrase itself.
    That's what he meant, IMO.

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    http://alice.pandorabots.com/

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    Re: [RESOLVED] artificial intelligence

    So what's going on with YotaMaker?
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    "game trainer" is the same as calling the act of robbing a bank "wealth redistribution"....

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    Re: [RESOLVED] artificial intelligence

    … that was mean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weirddemon View Post
    So what's going on with YotaMaker?
    I'd love to know, this was the most entertaining thread ever.
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    This thread was the highlight of my Chit Chat browsing. I miss seeing the updates from moti barski.

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    Quote Originally Posted by minitech View Post
    … that was mean.
    Do what now?

    Quote Originally Posted by formlesstree4 View Post
    This thread was the highlight of my Chit Chat browsing. I miss seeing the updates from moti barski.
    Right? So much entertainment from this thread. Can't believe it's been 4 years already.
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    Re: [RESOLVED] artificial intelligence

    Didn't we go through an entire other thread of oddities in the meantime?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaggy Hiker View Post
    Didn't we go through an entire other thread of oddities in the meantime?
    Probably.

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    Wow now I've seen everything. This guy even has a UD entry!
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    I've seen that. I assume that somebody here wrote it, though I don't know who. Moti is hardly a meme, though around here he is apparently nothing more than a memeory.
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    I think he has a website. I found it earlier. Something about some book.
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    Ahh happy memories.

    The book, in particular, was awesome.
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    I've still got a copy.
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    So sad now ... I thought Moti came back when I saw the thread resurface.


    http://yotamarker.justforum.net/t46-...nd-source-code
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    Re: [RESOLVED] artificial intelligence

    Quote Originally Posted by Shaggy Hiker View Post
    I've still got a copy.
    Me too, absolute genius thread and book, he should really have got it published.

    If anyone wants a copy PM me and i will send it to you, it has so many useful hints and tips in it you wont know which one to try first!!

    Particularly any of you wishing to make a human size doll, grow potatoes or destroy a company that annoyed you, which all have chapters in his book.
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    The federal government annoyed me, recently, so I tried the advice from the book. Unfortunately, seniors complained about the IOU's I gave them in lieu of Social Security payments, and I couldn't do more than that because everybody else positively resisted my attempts to tax them.

    I decided to set my sights a bit lower, then changed my mind when a sewer company annoyed me.
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    This has been the best day at work.... EVER!

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    Some say that Moti Barski's mind imploded on itself, causing a 3 day storm over Israel....
    Others say that he, along with the Yotamarker, have been recruited by the Freemasons for their plans of world domination...
    The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn't exist. And like that, poof. He's gone.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by haha216 View Post
    The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn't exist. And like that, poof. He's gone.....
    You're quoting The Usual Suspects ? That's novel.
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    Yeah... i heard a rumour that Keyser Söze's character was loosely based on Moti Barski and his Yotamarker. They merged the personalities of both these entities and Keyser Söze was born

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    That's some theory!
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    Re: [RESOLVED] artificial intelligence

    I lost my copy of the book. =(

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    Quote Originally Posted by minitech View Post
    I lost my copy of the book. =(
    Don't worry.... i have it stored word for word in my head...
    Failing that, i'm sure the yotamarker v1 will be able to reproduce such a revolutionary piece of text...

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    Quote Originally Posted by haha216 View Post
    Don't worry.... i have it stored word for word in my head...
    Failing that, i'm sure the yotamarker v1 will be able to reproduce such a revolutionary piece of text...
    I still have a copy (as it seems do a few others in this forum), but not to worry anyway, judging by this thread we can hopefully expect an updated version
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    Quote Originally Posted by minitech View Post
    I lost my copy of the book. =(
    Can i attach this? Will the Yotomarker take me to court...?
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    Quote Originally Posted by haha216 View Post
    Don't worry.... i have it stored word for word in my head...
    Failing that, i'm sure the yotamarker v1 will be able to reproduce such a revolutionary piece of text...
    haha216 = Moti?

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    Quote Originally Posted by namrekka View Post
    haha216 = Moti?
    Hey now... don't go throwing conspiracy theories around like that.... Can of worms.... pandora's box...

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    Re: [RESOLVED] artificial intelligence

    Moti = Jesus?

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    do you see the A.I in the code ? b(~_^)d

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    Quote Originally Posted by moti barski View Post
    do you see the A.I in the code ? b(~_^)d
    OMG. He's back! Am I dreaming? Somebody pinch me.

    Also, what code? Did you ever post the code?
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    Welcome back Moti!

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    Quote Originally Posted by moti barski View Post
    do you see the A.I in the code ? b(~_^)d
    We are yet to see a working version and the source code of that version.
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    do you see the A.I in the code ? b(~_^)d.
    To me this look like a pumpkin head man wearing headphones
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    Re: [RESOLVED] artificial intelligence

    I've read an article today that scientists and engineers around the world are troubled over development of AI. I wonder if it is related to Yotamarker.

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    That WOULD be troubling.
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tnblmg0lj9w

    I miss Moti.

    Who can forget the book Battle Programming, that "contains all of planet Earth's technological knowledge": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PR0U9LBNoUc I wonder if there's a new edition, updated with working plans for a hyperloop.
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    2 questions :
    1 how to enable a program to run a debbuger in vb.net ?
    for example a string containing code and the program would run the code without running an additional visual studio.
    also is there a way to get error lists of the code running
    and a watch for selected variables.

    2 what are the similarities and differences between cooking recipes and algorithms ?

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    The first question is complicated. If the string held valid code it would not be directly useful, because the source code is turned into something else before it is run. Therefore, you'd have to compile the string and then execute it. Not a simple task. There are some threads on here that discuss doing this, but there will be limitations that you may not find acceptable. Far easier would be to build the code into dlls, even if only very tiny ones, and run those. That greatly limits the versatility, but would be far easier.

    The second question is interesting. A well writen recipe is very much like an algorithm. A well written recipe generally starts with a list of ingredients at the top, which would be like declaring the variables in a method (constants, really, as they wouldn't vary). The rest of the recipe tells how you use the ingredients in a step by step fashion. This would be very much like an algorithm as you would go step by step through the process until you reached the end. Generally, there aren't any branches in a recipe, and whether or not there are loops depends largely on how you construct it. So, I'd say they are quite similar with the caveat that a recipe is going to be simple relative to what might be found in an algorithm.
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    Yay, my beef is thoroughly amped.
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