Re: Re: A.I for mathematica

```Let's just start with searchable help, for now.

Bobby

On Fri, 27 May 2005 04:56:41 -0400 (EDT), Andrzej Kozlowski <andrzej at akikoz.net> wrote:

> I suspect that if WRI did this it would only work if you had the
> right sort of accent. And that probably would have to be British ;-)
>
> Andrzej
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> On 26 May 2005, at 17:31, George wrote:
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>> what do you think mathematica users, about the following suggestion:
>> i suggest to wolfram R. to make a package may be called A.I mode
>> for mathematica once loaded by the choice of the user, the system
>> will be in the Genie mode, and will accept from the user questions
>> like :please what is the sin of 45 degrees?, what is pi to 10000
>> decimal points, please plot for me the graph of z=12*cos(x^2+y^2)/(3
>> +x^2+y^2).
>> i think this will be a first step toward the star trek like system,
>> in wich the captain told the system to analyse and to calculate by
>> using common obscure language.
>> this approach will be of benefit to non mathematicians or non
>> programmers who need some of the many many deep features of
>> mathematica and who could not memorize the details of every
>> function or its many options, and surely the professors will use
>> the mathematica proposed genie mode also.
>> of course this will be a big step, but at the beginning it may
>> begin by a small package for Fun only embedded in the basic
>> mathematica , and after years it may be of benefit for teaching
>> mathematics or even arts to the small students in schools.
>> in the huge ammount of information the human brain suffer from
>> forgotting many things quickly, and could not memorize everything,
>> so here the A.I is a needed aid in many areas.
>> George
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