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Maybe I'm slow or something, but this all sounds a little too science fiction-y for me.

 

Can you do something similar without complicated coding? Just a servitor that you can program by telling it things? This is all too complicated for me... o.o


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Possibly. The main purpose of using a code language is to provide a stable framework for programming directives and subroutines into the servitor. It's not strictly-speaking necessary, but it will make your life much easier. And at the end of the day, it would be best if you treated the servitor as a tool or furniture rather than talking to it like you would a tulpa.


"Science isn't about why, science is about why not?" -Cave Johnson

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Saria recently upgraded Enigma for me, the changes are enough to warrant calling it Enigma v4. New features include:

 

-A more compact UI that is designed to reduce the amount of eye movement required to see visual elements, thus lowering energy consumption

-Reductions to energy requirements in general, and the removal of glucose and caffeine requirements

-New visual elements that let the user see who is communicating with them, as well as a new facetime video feature

-Refined tag & track functionality and improvements to other features


"Science isn't about why, science is about why not?" -Cave Johnson

Tulpae: Luna, Elise, Naomi

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GAT-related commentary:

Fancy servitors and HUD's are stuff of legends, but I haven't seen many people do them much, especially the latter (HUD's), as they seem to require too much effort for not enough gain.

I would like to see more people do this before voting this guide for approval, even if in general, wonderland actors/NPC's work rather intuitively - they do what you expect them to do, most of the time. The use of symbolism such as programming languages seems unnecessary and rather personal, although may be useful in a similar way as trait lists are for some people.

As for HUD's, while it's possible to impose arbitrary thoughtforms, it's hard to say how accurate they are - they still largely depend on your subconscious expectations to work (for example some people may have better "internal clocks" than others).

If all the "programming language" symbolism is removed, you'd be basically left with a "it's your imagination" guide where you set your own rules and it works by those rules.

Thus I'm going to vote to disapprove the guide as I don't think it has sufficiently useful content to users and isn't something enough people have done (especially the HUD stuff) - despite the idea being around for more than a year.

Nevertheless, it may be useful for people to be aware of "obvious" applications of their imagination, so if enough people want this guide approved, it may be worth approving it.

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Like NotAnonymous stated, there's not really much needed other than just associating symbolism and restricting the servitor to whatever parameters the host feels is practical for them.

 

I guess OP had the intention to explain more later on, but that's since 2012. I'm not going to give an approval or disapproval since there could be more explained here. But even with that, I'm not sure if servitor creation guides would have some parallel with tulpas.

 

In fact, it would be a shorter creation process because aspects such as sentience, implications of autonomous thinking, and such doesn't need to be taken into consideration as much. The only thing that can be useful for the HUD and perceptual related servitors is for the sake of cosmetic and visual appeal, and having an overly active imagination.

 

The rest would be fairly easy practices of assign certain predispositions (e.g. psychologically and biologically) though.

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Approved.

No other guide to my knowledge suggests how to use a programming language to create constructs of this nature. This guide has very good potential for helping people that are more literal minded. Instead of coming up with a list of somewhat vague personality traits, you would code the behavior in a more specific way. Good servitor guide, with nice potential applications for tulpa creation.

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This is pretty interesting. Until I read this, I never would have thought a servitor would be useful in any way. I'm not very familiar with any programming languages, so if I were to try making a servitor, could I use something like a config file instead?


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Since it's all in your head, I doubt coding is needed, @ poster at top of this page. Just helpful symbolism perhaps? Make it strong?


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