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TinyBrain

Tinybrain understands natural language and automates the desktop.

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Text2GUI 0.5 released 20 Apr 2014 12:05

Text2GUI maturing strong! This is the future of Java (fully scripted). Also, we REALLY need to get the "road block" out of the way. Someone's blocking our project. We should, and will, stop it.

Recent releases

  •  23 Mar 2014 21:39

    Release Notes: This release knows some new commands and has Google-style auto-completion.

    •  14 Mar 2014 10:02

      Release Notes: This release can automate the first simple things on your desktop.

      •  28 Nov 2013 21:20

        Release Notes: This release introduces the TinyBrain interpreter that can perform (fairly) simple translations derived from examples.

        •  18 Jun 2012 21:39

          Release Notes: This release introduces the Location Detector, which discovers the computer's location by the Wi-Fi signatures around the machine. Location names can be taught by the user. A GUI-based toolchain for creating, monitoring, and editing AI engines is also introduced.

          •  12 May 2010 22:18

            Release Notes: This release incorporates Tinybrain ideas in a screen capture and analysis application.

            Recent comments

            07 Jun 2012 13:24 drjava

            Thank you ederluisjorge! Did I not supply the source code? Hmm... yeah, maybe for the Java part I didn't. Sorry about it :) It will all come.

            Also, this year is the Year of TinyBrain!! Much progress to come this year. :)

            20 Oct 2010 00:45 ederluisjorge

            Hello there. I really liked this project. Could you please suply also the source code? I'm courious about it.
            Great work though.
            Eder

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