This is an informal survey of chatbot database use from the @Robitron_List, August 2011.
In what form do you ladies and gents store your bots’ knowledge bases? Relational Database? NoSQL? Graph? Text File? If it’s a database, is it just a flat list, or a tree, or a graph, or…
I’m presently investigating graph databases for storing knowledge as ontology. The fit looks good so far….
I use a combination of XML and relational database….
I use Expect and Respond language, which is a flat file text language, along with a relational database….
New research, embedding Artificial Intelligence into an audio / video stream shows promising results…
Tom Joyce generously contributed a rave in message #13745 (above) on why a relational database was superior to a flat file, such as Google App Engine.
For example, Elizabeth Perreau’s most current http://Program-O.com DIY AIML platform uses MySQL.
After thinking long and hard, I’m now looking for a (affordable) cloud-based Triplestore (ala IBM Watson), but have so far only identified one high-end solution (EC2). I certainly welcome any suggestions!
My bot is stand-alone and based upon text files but… [extensive reply]
My system uses its own database format, it’s blob based and parallel…
My current bot, Zoe, is all AIML but what I’ve done is create a mock-database in Excel and have some macros to use that data and write it out to AIML. For…
Currently my database is a RAM loaded compressed flatfile an example of which is in the file section of this forum (Adam). Dan….