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Try these screenplay datasets: http://www.imsdb.com/ http://www.simplyscripts.com/ http://sfy.ru/ http://script-o-rama.com/table.shtml http://dailyscript.com/ But, perhaps, you may use subtitles to train only talks: http://opensubtitles.org/ http://subscene.com/


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There is the Internet Movie Script Database (IMSDb) where you can view movie scripts online. You might be able to download enough pages to train your bot. Alternatively, there's also OpenSubtitles, which is a collection of film subtitles that you might be able to use. These look like they're in a format meant to be used while watching a film, so you might ...


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tl;dr - find and use AIML files There is an open-source chat-box project called A.L.I.C.E. Link to Demo A.L.I.C.E. uses the AIML format AIML (Artificial Intelligence Markup Language) is an XML-compliant language that's easy to learn, and makes it possible for you to begin customizing an Alicebot or creating one from scratch within minutes. The ...


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I'm not sure if this is what you're looking for, but I've recently published the HASYv2 dataset. It contains 369 classes and 168233 recordings in total. The best classification result I could get was about 82% accuracy. The data is extremely similar to MNIST. For more information, I recommend reading the paper. But if the paper doesn't answer questions, ...


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PapersWithCode Browse State-of-the-Art 3,076 benchmarks • 1,689 tasks • 2,719 datasets • 27,765 papers with code All data is licensed under the CC BY-SA license, the same as Wikipedia. The vast majority of the data is either annotated by the community or by them. However, they also included data from other resources that are published under a compatible ...


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You can checkout FG-NET and MORPH Datasets. link


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