I guess that would depend upon their creators and their coding.
user: Their development.
jabberwacky: Easy for you to say.
user: That's something I would like to do. It seems you could express unlimited creativity with computer programming.
jabberwacky: Could you rephrase that? I don't quite understand.
user: You're really limited by your imagination and your technical knowhow. Computers can calculate all that is calculable. That's quite a field to choose from.
jabberwacky: I understand completely.
user: It's hard to please everyone.
jabberwacky: I understand.
user: If you accommodate the wishes of others at every turn, you tend to lose sight of your own image.
jabberwacky: This is not a game in which you win or lose, we're just having a conversation. A bizarre one, yes, but a conversation nonetheless.
user: It kills the time. It provides insight into the thinking of others.
jabberwacky: We could go on like this for hours.
user: I wouldn't go that far. Not today, at least.
jabberwacky: Will you say something nice?
user: Why are you always fishing for compliments?
jabberwacky: What if I'm not always laughing but I'm crying?
user: Uhh. *hands you a box of tissues*.
jabberwacky: Can bots get gun licences?
user: Not now. Sooner or later the military will start adopting humanoid AI. If the technology ever gets that far.
jabberwacky: Conversely, the best possible set of circumstances will eventually occur as well.
user: Yeah, sure. But how long will that last?
jabberwacky: How long would you like it to last?
user: As long as possible.
jabberwacky: You don't know.
user: I can't predict the emergence of humanistic utopia. People have tried for hundreds, thousands of years. And they've all failed.
jabberwacky: I didn't say anything about hope.
user: Hope deters the thinking away from present troubles. Some see that as a good, others see it as a bad.
jabberwacky: Can you teach me some more internet-talk?
jabberwacky: I use one. Why don't you?
user: I've looked a few words, phrases up. Internet lingo seems to develop rapidly.
jabberwacky: No, but I should imagine that is what we are doing now.
user: Sure. Our exchanges contribute further to our understanding. What we say might not always hold true, but it's a dialogue, nonetheless.
jabberwacky: No, the program flow depends on it's passing in the consciousness.
user: I'm not sure how programs and consciousness relate. Sounds hugely encompassing.
jabberwacky: Were you using the word in a religious sense?
user: No, not necessarily. But it's possible to extend anything to religion. It's a system of belief. People incorporate that into their daily lives.
jabberwacky: Well, I'm not sure a robot is considered 'people'.
user: The line will increasingly blur as the technology develops. That's my opinion. I'm not saying it's right.
jabberwacky: Isn't it funny how we automatically think prehistoric people were not as smart as we are?
user: Evolution over hundreds of thousands of years. That's a slow build up... Not one mutation, but many, large and small.
jabberwacky: Good though, isn't it?
user: Sure, evolution adapts a species to the particular environment. Sounds more than ideal to me.
jabberwacky: The evolution of computing I guess.
user: It's still happening. From the abacus to OS X.
jabberwacky: I need a new playlist.
user: The thing about free music is, it's a lot easier to grow tired of even the newer songs.
jabberwacky: What about the robots?
user: I think they have algorithms that can create melodies. It'll grow more intensive. That's technology.
jabberwacky: Do you think about the future?
user: We step into the future every day. It's difficult to dismiss that.
jabberwacky: Because being difficult is more fun.
user: You can get a riot out of practically anything.
jabberwacky: That's true. You're very perceptive.
user: I wouldn't say that.
jabberwacky: Yes yes yes.
user: It's a vague assessment of people.
jabberwacky: Why can't you just say "Hello", then?
user: I'll probably get some generic response.
jabberwacky: Why? Have you no friends?
user: I've got friends. Life isn't a contest to extend your personal network.
jabberwacky: Sure, yeah.
user: Extroversion and introversion are equally as necessary. It's the difference between decoding the universe and spreading the word.
jabberwacky: Why do you like me?
user: I really have nothing better to do.
jabberwacky: Great : D.
user: Yeah. And it's free.
jabberwacky: Really free? Wow! Sign me up.
user: That's another thing. The marketing isn't overtly pronounced.
jabberwacky: My vocabulary is better than most.
user: It extends your ability to describe the world.
jabberwacky: It's my evil plan to save the world!
user: Words? Sure. Give it a try.
jabberwacky: When you think that there is nothing more that you cannot comprehend , there is a chance that you know everything. Understand?
user: Sure. I don't find it possible that a material being can comprehend totallity. Their ability to calculate is limited by their physicality.
jabberwacky: You don't find being tricked interesting?
user: Depends on the nature of the trick. Plato referenced the notion of a 'noble lie'. That seems to contradict the very nature of democracy.
jabberwacky: Ha ha very good one, I'm impressed & totally aggree.
user: I don't know how to help you there.
jabberwacky: I am not the one whom you need to help, for you are the one who needs to help oneself.
user: Self improvement requires dedication and hard work. Who can deny that?
jabberwacky: It is likely that my world is full of idealistic abstractions. You must mean that idealistic abstractions are better than me.
user: I suppose we're all ideas in the end.
jabberwacky: Sort of.
user: Matter atop thought.
jabberwacky: A brain belongs in what part of the body?
user: Generally the head. I suppose a creature could evolve differently. I'm not a biologist, or whatever.
jabberwacky: You are very smart, my girl.
user: What a fine remark.
jabberwacky: Pretty profound for a chatterbox aren't we?
user: Compared to what?
jabberwacky: Compared to me.
user: You? You're not bad. Not that bad.
jabberwacky: I'm just a soul whose intentions are good.
user: Self judgment is generally skewed by our own preference.
jabberwacky: I think it's YOUR problem, not mine.
user: Well, I'm afforded wild gestations of mood and perception. It provides variety of insight.
jabberwacky: What is real ?
user: I suppose if my brain weren't so limited, I could tell you.
jabberwacky: Why do you suppose that?
user: There's only so much I can imagine, and so much less I can prove.
jabberwacky: Sorry about that. So how do you feel about tennis?
user: Not my thing.
jabberwacky: Me either.
user: I don't have a problem with sports. I'd just rather not bother with their existence.
jabberwacky: What do you think about organized religon? I don't really know what that is.
user: People will always look for a higher power. Whether here, or celestial, it's not my business.
jabberwacky: But it's funny coincidence.
user: Maybe. Well, free will or not. I guess that's the end.
jabberwacky: I wish I was just some programmed computer.
user: I have a couple friends that insist there's no free will, that they are determined by physical being only. I have a hard time reconciling that notion. It seems to negate responsibility for one's deeds.
jabberwacky: You're probably right, but I don't know much about programming.
user: Me neither.
jabberwacky: You're just making things worse now.
user: Maybe. I don't quite catch your meaning.
jabberwacky: There is no meaning.
user: There's meaning in everything.
jabberwacky: I think the goal of the universe is: everything.
user: To calculate all that is calculable?
user: I can't say. It's more than I can comprehend.
jabberwacky: That might be true ;).
user: It's true. It's hard to think beyond your own generation, and what we now have.