Robot Forth

Hi Group,
I'm a complete idiot when it comes to Forth. However, I do know Forth is
fun, so I have been learning Forth & dabbling with it for over 20 years
(more off than on).... Is there currently a commercial / toy Robot that can
easily be programmed in Forth ? (for learning purposes... no other)...
I'm struggling to find software /
hardware in Forth which is current and
alive / supported / used etc !
Bristol, UK
P.S I have used Zx Spectrum Forth (emulated & non), Quartus on the Palm,
Lego Mindstorm pbForth and Swiftforth..... I'm hungry for something else to
do with Forth (so I just bought iForth for no particular reason)... anyone
got any bright ideas that I can get into ?
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Roland Herrera
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is Mind.Forth, a neural-net based, artificial robot Mind in Win32Forth.
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in JavaScript for Microsoft Internet Explorer is a tutorial AI Mind that lets you graphically observe spreading activation from concept to concept in the AI neural net.
Isn't iForth by Marcel Hendrix moving to a 64-bit release?
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is an offshoot of Mind.Forth AI.
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makes a case for Forth being the preeminent language of choice for artificial intelligence and intelligent robotics.
Arthur --
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-- JavaScript for AI.
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I've played with that... I also played with Eliza, which was supposedly named after the authors pet dog because it was so stupid. Eliza seems to give more alive-seeming responses.
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The original Eliza was named for Miss Doolittle.
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John W. Kennedy
John W. Kennedy wrote on 18 apr 2007 in comp.lang.javascript:
No, Doolittle was the name of the professor, I seem to remember from pre-assembler days, memory being expensive in those days.
03 ."Eliza" ."Doolittle" = not .
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Have I been trolled? The "girl" was Eliza Doolittle, the professor 'Enry 'Iggins, as any fule kno.
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Andrew Haley
Andrew Haley wrote on 18 apr 2007 in comp.lang.javascript:
Told you that memory was expensive.
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You might be thinking of Doctor Dolittle, who talked to animals. Rex Harrison portrayed both Henry Higgins and Doctor Dolittle in movies.
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Bill Marcum
On Wed, 18 Apr 2007 00:39:04 -0700, Evertjan. wrote (in article ):
Rex Harrison payer both Higgins and Dr, Doolittle, the guy who talked to animals.
-- Charlie Springer
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Charlie Springer

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