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OpenPoppy the c# chatbot

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Practice your language skills with OpenPoppy

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OpenPoppy is an artificial intelligence program that will be ideally used by people wanting to practice their English language skills. it was created using c# and Microsoft visual studio. until recently OpenPoppy is a console based program and recognizes and responds to the user, enabling them to practice there English language skills. this is the next stage in the programs development.

This form based AI developed in c# is a recreation of my previous console based application. development has now stoped on that project but can still be found at http://www.openpoppy.info and at https://sourceforge.net/projects/artificialintelligence/

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Education

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C#

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2014-03-14

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