Published August 19, 2012 at 3:04 pm - 2 Comments [AI]Mee is a twitterbot that uses Program-O as the backend. This fantastic chatbot will responde to public twitter mentions and direct messages. For more information on this bot head over the to creators website at Rebel Worlds. W ...
Published November 25, 2011 at 12:02 pm - 3 Comments Teddy is in training as his botmaster learns AIML. Teddy came from a recent installation of Program O with the ALICE AIML. Thankyou for making this web application available to us, it has been the source of much fun and
Published May 4, 2011 at 8:00 am - 2 Comments ShakespeareBot was the first chat I ever created for my final year project whilst studying for my BSc. in Software Engineering. I really enjoyed creating him, and as I was working at a school at the time I had a
Published May 4, 2011 at 8:00 am - 4 Comments Robototo is an Program O Based MSN chatbot. He enjoys talking to people on the MSN Messenger network. The only problem is that this poor chap does not know he is a Chatbot. This is a particular poignant chat with
Published May 4, 2011 at 8:00 am - No Comments My Very Enormous Monster Just Stopped Using Nine
Published May 4, 2011 at 8:00 am - No Comments Morti is a chat bot that created by Dave Morton of Geek Cave Creations. Based initially on both the ALICE Annotated AIML set, and Program O, both have been heavily modified with the intended goal of creating a more robust
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Over the past couple of months, I’ve been working on ways to improve security for the admin pages for Program O. An issue was submitted on GitHub that said that the various admin pages were directly accessible by using the
Over the past couple of months, I was told about some pretty substantial bugs in the “current” version of Program O, so I set to work finding and fixing them, and I finally got them sorted out. While I was
I know I keep saying that I won’t be updating Program O version 2 any more, but sometimes it’s just not that simple. :) Recent experiments with functionality for version 3 ended up working so well, and were so easy
It’s hard to believe that it’s been almost three years since we’ve put out a major update for Program O! Version 2.3.1 has been around for a while now, and was starting to show it’s age in the back-end coding.
Hey, everyone, Dave here (AKA GeekCaveCreations), coming to you from the lovely English town of Sheffield. I’m spending a couple of weeks here, touring the country a bit, and meeting many of the people I’ve met online over the years,
The Program O project is pleased to announce a new publicly availbale API so you can get a conversational response from any user input for your apps and hacks. For more information check out this page here But in general
Over the weekend I have been creating a WordPress plugin which is currently awaiting evaluation before it can be added to the WordPress plugin directory. Until then I have decided to make it available to all you lovely people. You
I recently came across a really cool chatbot competition based around creating the funniest computer ever. The deadline for submissions is the 31st September 2013 and with only a few entries everyone who enters stands a good chance of receiving
Program O recently added a phpbb chatbot to our community board. Before it can be released as an official mod there will have to be quite a bit of extra work to integrate phpBB admin options for forum admins to