I'm not knowledgeable enough ATP to answer your AI-specific questions, but the
>And, in another way, is it possible to take a robowaifu's senses and pipe them into a chatbot's interface via text in the same manner?
question I can pretty confidently answer with a 'yes', since it really involves little more than sending properly-written signaling data to the display.
I really like your diagram Anon, one minor suggestion: I'd say you could combine the two blocks containing 'Typo Correction' into a single 'Typo Correction/Error Checking' block, that sits before
the 'Text Analyzer' block.
>Is this model feasible, or would an in/out system like this hamper training speed to a no longer viable amount?
Yes, I think that's likely to be a reasonable approximation at this point lad. It will take many, many more additions (and revisions) to flesh it out fully in the end. But you're certainly on the right track I'd say.
>is such a model possible with the technology that the average anon has
Since a general definition of 'average anon' is pretty much an impossibility, I'd suggest a rough, reasonably adequate, target user definition as being:
An Anon who has one or two SBCs and some rechargeable batteries, dedicated specifically to his robowaifu's exclusive use.
If it takes anything more than this hardware-wise to work out the AI/chat part of a robowaifu's systems, then that would basically exclude the (much-higher numbers of) impoverished/low-income men around the world (>>10315
). I'd suggest that it be a fundamental goal here on /robowaifu/ to attempt the AI/Chat system be targeted specifically for the Raspberry Pi SBC. Not only would that be a good end-product goal to target, but it also has advantages for us as designers and developers as well.
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