Intelligence Electronic Manipulation Bot
Artificial Intelligence Electronic Manipulation
Bot will be designed for developing A.I on the web using standard protocols
of communication such as ICQ, MSN, and especially AIM. The Bot will be able
to under stand and collect as much data as possible from people's responses.
Information is stored into databases and analyzed by the Bot engine on how to
interpret responses and emotions. The Bot can be manipulated by its predecessors
by easily sending commands that will update the Bot's programming code without
having compilers and shutting the Bot down for maintenance.
for the white paper document
] [ News Updates ]
5th, 2001 - License Update - Demitree
Just letting everyone we are updating our license for our project.
Its GNU General Public License (GPL), Mozilla Public
License (MPL), Other/Proprietary License now. The TOC
Client components will be released under MPL, for communication
purposes only, and the AI Engine code will be released under GPL
& Proprietary License. What does that mean? You can use the
AI Engine code freely under GPL projects only, and closed source
projects too, but for royalties
5th, 2001 - Toc Protocol - Demitree
For alot of people like me, finding the correct TOC Protocol Documentation
for AOL's Protocol can be difficult. Minutes of searching could
turn into hours, my friend Johannes was able to find the offical
document of the AIM TOC Protocol version 1.0. And for your pleasure,
we are releasing it!
Click here to download
the AIM TOC Protocol 1.0
4th, 2001 - Progress Update - Demitree
Today me and Johannes worked on more features for the AIM Bot.
We implemented Packet Syncing and Packet timing, how great, if
packets sent too fast, we get disconnected <g>. We added
better stability, message implementation, added the TOC server
class, and much more! Progress is going great! On the other side,
after we finish with TOC, we will be moving to OSCAR (AOL's Binary
Closed Protocol, Windows Client Version) protocol development,
MSN, ICQ, and eventually Yahoo. But thats a long time away.
3rd, 2001 - We Did it! - Demitree
have done it! After 40+ hours of hard work and development, me,
and Johannes have developed a working AIM Client Protocol Library
for Delphi! We can successfully send messages,read messages (console
only for now!). We developed a simple little layout and will be
tweaking the GUI of course.
- Chris Goffinet
(Demitree) - United States
- Johannes Berg
(JoHill) - Germany