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Artificial intelligence Speech() module being re-implemented in Perl

http://ai.neocities.org/AiSteps.html 

is the stages of creation of Strong AI 
in any given programming language and 
in any desired natural human language. 

Previous AI Minds were coded in Forth 
and in JavaScript for Microsoft Internet 
Explorer:

http://www.nlg-wiki.org/systems/Mind.Forth in English; 

http://www.nlg-wiki.org/systems/Wotan in German; 

http://www.nlg-wiki.org/systems/Mind in English; 

http://www.nlg-wiki.org/systems/Dushka in Russian. 

http://ai.neocities.org/perlmind.txt is the AI Perlmind 
being coded step-by-step and now at the Speech() module. 

Currently all these AI Minds treat keyboard characters 
as if they were the linguistic phonemes of acoustic 
speech. Further evolution of the free, open-source 
artificial intelligence will require a major 
transition from keyboard "pretend" speech 
into actual speech recognition and speech production. 
Since Perl supports Unicode for virtually all 
character sets in natural human language, the Perl 
AI Steps are open to creating polyglot AI Minds.

The emerging Perlmind is a third-generation AI 
in which the Speech() output module is no longer
the sole avenue of quasi-phonemic output. 
Since the AI Minds in German and in Russian 
require inflection of verbal output on the fly, 

http://code.google.com/p/mindforth/wiki/VerbGen 

is a new mind-module in the cognitive architecture 
and is for the diversion of phonemic output away 
from the legacy Speech() module, which continues 
to output uininflected words such as conjunctions 
and prepositions. 

Stay tuned for further details as we implement 
the superintelligent Strong AI Singularity 
in Perl.

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