A Challenge!

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    You would have to give it the ability to work, learn and grow, and some definition of right and wrong. Than you would have to create a dependancy or weakness so that it understand life. Since the human brain is a computer, it makes sense that a computer entity is possible.

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    Neural nets, anyone? I have made some neural net code, but I haven't got round to the back propagation code, yet.

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    Originally posted by Mbrio
    samG, I think isometric is ignoring you...

    btw, nothing wrong with the sig. I say...
    Im sorry I was not ignoring anyone. I just normal dont check this forum since I'm just starting C++ (I already know C and win32 so it should be easy but...). The program was really only meant for pactice of accepting input and reprinting the input as output. I acturally got the idea from a friend of my dad who showed me a similar program several years ago but it was much longer. As for how did I get it to compile, I dont get any errors on Borland 5.2 but the IF statement is always false now that I try it. I relise that it is not that scientific but I figured there was nothing wrong with posting it and I'm sorry it arose such a contreversy.
    As for my sig its only a joke. Although I'm not Christian I have no bad feelings toweards them. And towards people getting mad then I'll probaly get flamed for saying...

    "The gods can either take away evil from the world and will not, or, being willing to do so, cannot; or they neither can nor will, or lastly, they are both able and willing. If they have the will to remove evil and cannot, then they are not omnipotent. If they can, but will not, than they are not benevolent. If they are neither able nor willing, then they are neither omnipotent nor benevolent. Lastly, if they are both able and willing to annihilate evil, how does it exist?" -Epicurus, Greek philosopher, (341-270 B.C.E.)

    Don't take offense Religous people if thats what you want to believe more power to ya,if you are a Buddhist great, Hinduism your thing Fantastic, Athiethism where its at Super, It doesnt matter what you believe all the matters is that you truely believe and are not just saying this or that for the fact that its popular or on a magazine cover.
    "Christ died for our sins. Dare we make his martyrdom meaningless by not committing them?"

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    Question AI Progams

    Who has heard of billy and daisy??? Can anyone make a programs like that? I've seen a few...
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    What is this "C.O.D.E." you speak of?

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    i posted something at the FLASHDADDEE PROGRAMMERS OPEN board(sorry for the caps, but it's done that way on the site). maybe it'll become the next challenge.

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    What about Zippy in Xemacs? ****ed up!

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