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Finally, after about a year of testing, we've decided to open the AIML Wiki to the world.

Please feel free to help us promote it in any forum.

Welcome all new members!

The Wiki is live by archbotmasterarchbotmaster, 07 Jul 2009 17:55

SARA AIML set tested on Pandorabots with no problems found.

Re: Spanish AIML by archbotmasterarchbotmaster, 16 Aug 2008 21:52

The German ALICE files have been revised slightly to work on Pandorabots.

Re: German A.L.I.C.E. by archbotmasterarchbotmaster, 16 Aug 2008 20:59
French AIML
archbotmasterarchbotmaster 14 Aug 2008 07:59
in discussion AIML General / AIML Sets » French AIML

The French AIML set has been uploaded.

The original botmaster is
Jean Louis Campion. The French AIML was later modified by Tan Siew Lan in 2006.

The following files were split to fit into the 200K file size limit of this Wiki:
atomique_ed.aiml into atomique_ed_1.aiml and atomique_ed_2.aiml,
questcenque_ed.aiml into questcenque_ed_1.aiml, questcenque_ed_2.aiml amd questcenque_ed_3.aiml.
srai_ed.aiml into srai_ed_1.aiml, srai_ed_2.aiml and srai_ed_3.aiml.

French AIML by archbotmasterarchbotmaster, 14 Aug 2008 07:59

I've uploaded Sandro's AIML bot MARIA to the Wiki.

Italian MARIA AIML by archbotmasterarchbotmaster, 13 Aug 2008 22:37
Re: Cybora
archbotmasterarchbotmaster 13 Aug 2008 22:03
in discussion AIML General / AIML Sets » Cybora

I uploaded all the Cybora.aiml files to the Wiki. The file cybora.aiml was split into 3 files: cybora_1.aiml, cybora_2.aiml and cybora_3.aiml.

Re: Cybora by archbotmasterarchbotmaster, 13 Aug 2008 22:03

The German A.L.I.C.E. AIML was in one file of just under 400K, so I split it into two files German_1.aiml and German_2.aiml.

German A.L.I.C.E. by archbotmasterarchbotmaster, 13 Aug 2008 20:53

The Sara bot Spanish AIML set created by Adam Codony (aka XGargoyle) is now uploaded to the AIML Wiki:

The original AIML set had one file, sara_srai.aiml, which was larger than 200K. I split the file into two files sara_srai_1.aiml and sara_srai_2.aiml.

Spanish AIML by archbotmasterarchbotmaster, 13 Aug 2008 20:34

Experimenting with namespaces on the Wiki to keep everything organized, I created one for Peter Lafferty's Chomsky bot:


(This is now linked on the Free AIML drop down menu on nav:top)

Do you think we should use namespaces like:

I realize that not everything fits this model. For example Square-Bear has a collection of bot files not associated with a bot name.

AIML Wiki namespaces by archbotmasterarchbotmaster, 12 Aug 2008 16:58

Dr. Wallace is a great organizer and scientist.
Square bear has the coolest photo
May the force be with you all

Hello everyone by shahinTheLightshahinTheLight, 12 Aug 2008 09:43

Hi Dr Wallace!
(1) I think the 200K limit is a real problem that will have to be addressed. With the Chomsky AIML set, I restrict the update files to 500K otherwise they are a bit too long to edit. I have about 50 update files of 500K , equivalent to 125 200K files. The complete Chomsky set would be equivalent to about 180 200K files. At this level, it is becoming tedious to load all the files into a Pandorabot. Bearing in mind that the way forward (I think) is to build larger AIML sets, the whole thing will become unmanageable, unless larger files are used.
(2) Having said that I think someone will have to bite the bullet and subdivide the remaining AAA files, so that the complete AAA set is available for edit.
Peter Lafferty

Re: Chomsky AIML set by plaffertyplafferty, 12 Aug 2008 09:39

Hi Peter, thank you for trying the Wiki. Can you give us any feedback on your experience? Do you think the 200K character size limit is a serious limitation?

Re: Chomsky AIML set by archbotmasterarchbotmaster, 11 Aug 2008 15:12

The complete AIML set for <a href="">Chomsky</a> the chatbot is now available for download <a href="">here</a>. The Chomsky AIML set contains in excess of 180,000 categories and is growing daily.

Chomsky AIML set by plaffertyplafferty, 08 Aug 2008 10:00

Hi everyone,
My name is liz and
I have quite a few bots on the net…. (program e and aiml)
and (php + mysql)
I became interested in bots while at uni…
and made shakespearebot for my final year project…
I am not really interested in "agent" type bots that can organise your life
but more interested in the fun, emotional, silly bots
and i think thats about it!

Hello from Liz by lissibotlissibot, 03 Aug 2008 21:42


My name is Adeena (yes - real name) and I'm an engineer, writer and entrepreneur (although I currently don't have a business). I because fascinated with AIML mostly because it doesn't require a lot of extraneous programming stuff to get started and get a good conversation going - although all the hooks are there if you want to do anything fancy.

I have a couple bots up on pandorabots, but my focus for the past several months has been on my Loebner Contest entry: Orion. He's an AIML bot that I used with Program E. Now that the contest is over (for me anyway this year) I'll look through the AIML I have and see what I can share. I've created a lot of custom tags in order to do many things and most of that AIML is dependant on it.

I look forward to maybe having a conversation about extending the AIML tag set…??? Especially when it comes to dealing with numbers. :)


Re: Hello everyone by adeenaadeena, 03 Aug 2008 18:42

Hi there,

My name is Steve Worswick but I go under the name of Square Bear. I am a dance musician from the UK who became interested in bots and AIML after chatting to an ALICE clone on a forum.

I found it amazing that something so believable could be created, especially since the only chatbots I had encountered up to then gave out responses like "I see" or "Tell me more" no matter what the input.

I hope you find my AIML useful. There's nothing earth shattering there but it will add extra features to your bot.

Hello everyone by squarebearsquarebear, 03 Aug 2008 14:52
CybernetCybernet 03 Aug 2008 03:33
in discussion AIML General / AIML Sets » Cybora

Há alguns anos encontrei algumas informações esparsas na internet a respeito de uma linguagem de marcação direcionada a IA. Por já gostar de inteligência artificial e já ter fuçado por muito tempo o código da antiga Eliza, tê-la traduzido e a levado ao limite máximo, o que não passavam de 200 categorias, eu pesquisei mais sobre essa linguagem e descobri que tinha algo muito suculento em mãos: o AIML! Uma linguagem extremamente acessível, parente próxima do XML e que possibilitava criar sonhos. Assim a Cybora nasceu! Hoje estamos já na versão 1.1 com mais de 60.000 linhas de código até o momento em que eu escrevo e duas versões de acesso online! Para quem não conhece a Cybora, entre neste link AQUI para conhecer a versão chat, mas se você quiser conhecer a nova versão em desenvolvimento com um avatar 3D haptek e suporte a fala, clique AQUI. Para executar a página com o avatar 3D corretamente, deverá ser instalado o Haptek player e algum sistema de TTS em português (não se esqueça de configurar uma voz feminina!), cujos links de download se encontram também na página do bot. Ah! Após todos os ítens da página terem sido carregados, pressione F5 para que o script do robô seja executado desde o início!
Ai galera, mandem um feedback sobre o que vocês acharam, críticas, idéias e opiniões!
Um abraço pra todos!

Cybora by CybernetCybernet, 03 Aug 2008 03:33

The ALICE A.I. Foundation is announcing the opening of a new Wiki for
sharing AIML files.

Many people have kindly contributed open source AIML files over the
years, and we now have a place to collect all of them.
The community has also suggested many editorial changes to the
existing body of ALICE AIML and they will now have the opportunity to
edit the shared files.
For example, people who have contributed to an ALICE clone with a
corporate sales-bot personality, now have a place share their files in
a common community location.

We are proceeding with this project in baby steps. At first, we are only inviting a small number of people from the
community to experiment with the Wiki, to get a feel for how it goes
and what kind of problems we might have.
As you will see, the free Wiki software at wikidot has some problems
with respect to AIML files.
We plan to migrate to better Wiki software at some point in the future.
This is the first phase of a project.

If it works, it will become a large repository of "the latest and
greatest" AIML available. Please give it a try and give us your

Welcome to the AIML Wiki by archbotmasterarchbotmaster, 31 Jul 2008 22:52
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