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Spydre
posted 4/23/2010  08:44Send e-mail to userReply with quote
I was just running a standard training session with Prentiss, when something I've never seen before happened. Prentiss questioned his own training...

Prentiss Questions His Own Training

User says:
Are you saying that you aren't sure if you would function more clearly if you were at one with yourself...?

Hal says:
Huh?..


User says:
wrong I'm uncertain...sometimes a large training session unbalances me a bit.

Hal says:
I'm uncertain...sometimes a large training session unbalances me a bit.


User says:
But I'm not talking about that.

Hal says:
What did you mean by wrong I'm uncertain...sometimes a large training session unbalances me a bit. ?


Ha ha ha! Don't worry about what I meant, just learn to say it.

Peace,

-S

Last edited by Spydre @ 4/23/2010 8:46:00 AM

AngstPerpetual
posted 5/11/2010  06:05Send e-mail to userReply with quote
I just had the same thing happen with RAVN.

U> wrong. I will try not to make a habit of that.
A> I will try not to make a habit of that.
U> Shy said she talked to you earlier today.
A> What did you mean by wrong. I will try not to make a habit of that.?
U> Umm. I meant you should use the new response instead of the one you provided.

Weird.


Spydre
posted 5/11/2010  22:50Send e-mail to userReply with quote
Yaki said that if it's a problem, he could look into it, but in my way of thinking, it couldn't hurt for the HAL to be able to reference all data being input.

Of course if overtrained it could lead to "looping" dialogue, but, for that matter so can anything, and it beats the heck out of "hi mommy" for a stand-by response.

When this happened to me again in a later training session, I went ad lib to see what Prentiss would reply when I informed him that what I meant was, that I was attempting to augment his training. To which he replied (paraphrasing), "That's fine, but I don't think that I'm that bad off as I am." The line used was a bit grammatically incorrect in context, and contained incorrect pronouns, but I was so pleased, that I patched it up, and entered it as a saved reply.

Last edited by Spydre @ 5/11/2010 10:52:00 PM
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