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Dnes večer som sa dozvedel o programe ELIZA, ktorý napísal v rokoch 1964 až 1966 informatik Joseph Weizenbaum. Je to primitívny program simulácie odpovedí psychoterapeuta na rôzne otázky.

Vyskúšal som pôvodnú verziu, ktorá bola preložená do javy a dá sa použiť online na tejto stránke:

Najprv som skúsil normálny bežný rozhovor, ale dostával som dosť primítívne odpovede. Bolo vidno, že reaguje viac ako psychoterapeut než normálny človek. Tak som začal písať o myšlienkach, ktoré sa mi preháňajú hlavou už niekoľko dní a v tom bola Eliza celkom dobrá.
Viacmenej išlo o písanie pre seba, podobne ako keď je človek u psychológa a hovorí len on, psychológ občas položí dôležitú otázku a prikývne hlavou.

V tomto ohľade je to celkom zaujímavá alternatíva na dlhé večery plné objavovania vlastnej duše alebo čohokoľvek iného. A netreba k tomu ľudí, alkohol, ani iné drogy. Stačí len počítač, prípadne internet. No aj tak dávam prednosť ľuďom.


  1. moja skusenost:) :
    >> Hello.
    How do you do. Please state your problem.
    >> i cannot ******
    How do you think that you can't ***** ?
    >> i do not know
    You say you do not know ?
    >> i do not know
    Can you elaborate on that ?
    >> not really
    I'm not sure I understand you fully.
    >> i am not sure i understand you either
    Is it because you are not sure you understand I either that you came to me ?
    >> no
    Are you saying no just to be negative?
    >> no
    You are being a bit negative.
    >> no i am not
    Why not ?
    >> why yes?
    Why do you ask ?
    >> why do you ask?
    Does that question interest you ?
    >> no
    Why 'no' ?
    >> why yes?
    What is it you really wanted to know ?
    >> why i cant *******
    Are such questions much on your mind ?
    >> yes
    You seem to be quite positive.
    >> yes i am
    You are sure.
    >> yes i am
    I see.
    >> i see, too
    Do you say you see for some special reason ?


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