Ultra Hal Assistant is an artificial intelligence conversation simulator. It's capable of being your digital secretary and companion. Talk to Hal in natural English language and Hal will speak back to you. Utilizes 3D characters and speech synthesis.
Dec 26, 2011 12:06:49
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Description: Ultra Hal Assistant is an artificial intelligence conversation simulator. It is capable of being your digital secretary and companion. Talk to Hal in natural English language and Hal will speak back to you. Hal has a huge conversational database and will discuss anything. Hal speaks out loud to you in one of many high quality voices and has several 3D animated characters to choose from. Hal will learn from every sentence that you tell it and over time it will learn like the same things you do, and to talk about topics you like to talk about. In addition to being able to chat with you for entertainment purposes, Ultra Hal can also act as a personal information manager (PIM). Hal can remember and remind you of appointments, it can keep an address book, it can keep a phone book, and it can dial phone numbers for you. Hal will also run programs and recent documents on command, and can help you browse the Internet. You can also run your Hal bot on the AOL Instant Messenger network.
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