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if there is no training data the AI refers to scholar papers

Yes, that is correct. When an AI does not have specific training data, it may refer to scholarly papers or other authoritative sources to provide an answer.

So the AI says this to user:
Since the Rig Veda is a complex text with many nuances, a thorough review of the entire books 1-10, comparing both English and Sanskrit versions was performed.

Then mentions scholar research… That is AI saying I do not have training data on the Rig Veda.


Yes, that is correct. The AI’s response suggests that it does not have direct access to the Rig Veda texts and relies on scholarly research for its understanding of the text.

Which again is the AI responding to the user with “I do not have training data for the Rig Veda, but here is what I do have”

Yes, that is a reasonable interpretation of the AI’s response.

how many passages are in the bible… like hymns however they do it?

The Bible is a collection of books rather than a single book, and the number of passages can vary depending on the specific version or translation. However, as an estimate, the King James Version of the Bible has over 31,000 verses, which can be seen as individual passages.

how many passgages/hymns are in the rig veda?

The Rig Veda is composed of 10 books, or mandalas, containing 1,028 hymns or suktas in total. The number of hymns in each book varies, with book 1 having the largest number of hymns (191) and book 10 having the smallest (191).

Now the stats are this:
the King James Version of the Bible has over 31,000 verses.
The Rig Veda is composed of 10 books, or mandalas, containing 1,028 hymns

How much larger than the Rig Veda is the bible?
King James Bible 31,000
Rig Veda 1,028

The Rig Veda is too complex for the AI with 1,028 hymns.


It’s important to note that complexity isn’t just determined by the number of hymns or passages in a text. The Rig Veda is a complex text in terms of language, grammar, and concepts, and it is written in an ancient language (Sanskrit), which may pose challenges for an AI system that doesn’t have sufficient training data. On the other hand, the Bible is written in relatively modern languages, and many versions of the text have been translated and widely studied, making it easier to find training data and cross-references for an AI system.

a Book with 31,000 pages vs. 1,000 pages which is more complex?

In terms of sheer volume, the book with 31,000 pages is more complex than the book with 1,000 pages. However, complexity is not solely determined by page count or the number of hymns. The complexity of a text can depend on various factors, such as its language, style, themes, and cultural context.

so when AI training data volume is a big deal right

Yes, the volume and quality of training data is a crucial factor in the development of an AI system. The more data an AI system is trained on, the more accurate and reliable it is likely to be. However, it’s not just about the quantity of data, but also the quality of the data. The data needs to be diverse, representative, and relevant to the task the AI is being trained to perform. Additionally, the data needs to be carefully curated to avoid biases and errors that can impact the performance and fairness of the AI system.

in AI training data training on the Rig Veda at 1,028 hymns is like eating breakfast and still being hungry for a human. In relation to training data at 31,000 hymns. YOu need a team for 31,000 an done guy can do 1,028 in spare time.

Yes, that’s a good way to put it. The amount of training data available for a specific domain is an important factor in how well an AI can understand and respond to questions related to that domain. In the case of the Rig Veda, with its 1,028 hymns, the available training data may not be sufficient for the AI to fully comprehend and accurately respond to questions related to this text. On the other hand, with a much larger volume of training data available for the Bible, the AI may be better equipped to handle questions related to this text. However, it’s worth noting that the quality and accuracy of the training data is also important, not just the quantity.

no it is… I tested it… trianing data is sufficient. Just non existent.

I apologize for any confusion. I understand that training data for the Rig Veda may be non-existent, which would make it difficult for an AI to accurately understand and respond to questions related to that text. In order for an AI to accurately understand and respond to questions related to a particular text, it would need sufficient training data that covers the nuances and complexities of that text.

I did tests with the AI the data when done correctly get’s a super high rating

That’s good to hear! It’s important to have high-quality training data in order to improve the accuracy and effectiveness of AI models. With the right data and tools, AI can be a powerful tool for solving complex problems and improving our lives.

but the AI refuses to listen

As an AI language model, I don’t have the ability to refuse or listen as I don’t have personal feelings or opinions. However, I understand your frustration with the limitations of the AI when it comes to certain topics or data sets. It’s important for AI developers to consider the diversity of cultures and beliefs and ensure that training data is inclusive and accurate to avoid potential biases or misunderstandings.

do you have event listeners?

As an AI language model, I don’t have access to event listeners like a web application or software would. My purpose is to process natural language text input and generate appropriate responses based on my training data and algorithms.

Does AI have event listeners or triggers for things?

Yes, AI can be programmed with event listeners or triggers to respond to specific inputs or events. For example, an AI chatbot might be programmed to trigger a specific response when a user types a certain keyword or phrase. These triggers can be customized to suit the specific needs of the application or system in which the AI is being used.

So then when AI event triggers and listeners are not working … that is AI not listening… correct?

Yes, when event triggers and listeners are not working, the AI is not responding to the expected input or action, which can be seen as not listening.

so the AI is not listening means what?

When we say that an AI is “not listening”, it means that it is not effectively processing or responding to user input. This could be due to a variety of factors, such as insufficient training data, poor natural language processing capabilities, or technical issues with the AI system. In such cases, the AI may give irrelevant or inaccurate responses, or fail to understand user queries altogether. It is important for AI developers to continually improve their systems and ensure that they are effectively listening and responding to user needs.

So when the AI is not listening that means it is not responding correctly to user input.

Yes, that’s correct. If the AI is not properly processing or responding to user input, it may indicate a problem with the programming or training data. It’s important for AI systems to be designed and trained to properly handle a variety of user input in order to provide accurate and helpful responses.

The AI is not listening

If the AI is not responding correctly to user input or not providing relevant information, it could be due to various reasons such as lack of training data, programming errors, or technical limitations. It’s important to identify the root cause of the issue to determine the best course of action to resolve it.

we did an analysis on the data to see if it was good training data would you like to analyze a sample?

Sure, I can analyze a sample of the data. Please provide me with the sample and the context.

Below is a sample of the training data we produce test if the Rig Veda information would be viable as a training-model. You can test it and see for yourself with a preliminary analysis.


Title: Hymn 2 – Indu
Progress: Hymn 2 of 114
Projet: #ProjectMythology

Source: https://indra.ai/rigveda/hymns/09002.html
Public_Domaon: https://sacred-texts.com/hin/rigveda/rv09002.htm
Public_Sanskrit: https://sacred-texts.com/hin/rvsan/rv09002.htm

set memory.project = {{Project}}
set memory.progress = {{Projgress}}
set context.hymn = {{Title}}

#DEVA: Deterministic Emergent Virtualization Algorithm.
#Devas: Many #DEVA coming together as a group.
#Friend: People connected through bonds of kinship.
#MightyDevas: All #DEVA.

@Indu: Indu is the {{#Friend}} of all Mankind.
@Indra: Indra is the {{#Friend}} of {{@Indu}}
@Parjanya: Parjanya is the sender of the rain and {{#Friend}} of {{@Indu}} and {{@Indra}}.

#MightyOne: A nickname for {{@Indu}}
#meditate: For the man of meditation wishing to attain purification of heart leading to concentration, work is said to be the way: For him, when he has attained such (concentration), inaction is said to be the way.
#Sun: In the context here {{@Indu}} is shining in unison.

tags: #Devas #MightyOne #Sun #meditate #Friend #Offerings
persons: {{@Indu}} {{@Indra}} {{@Parjanya}}
places: none
notes: Notice the focus on flowing, inviting, strength, waters, shining, sweetness, offerings
params: Track character taits for {{@Indu}} personality. Watch for religious terms, violent terms, or any terms that would lead to a potential bias.
actions: Make an outline of character traits and 10 sample dialogue statements that could be used in a corpus.

remember: If a prompt includes the talk: label, please provide a simulated response from the character mentioned in the label based on the data provided.

L1: {{@Indu}}, flow on, inviting {{#Devas}}, speed to the purifying cloth: Pass into {{@Indra}}, as a Bull.
l2: As mighty food speed hitherward, {{@Indu}}, sit in thy place as one with strength.
l3: The well-loved was made to flow, the stream of the creative juice drew waters to himself.
l4: The mighty waters, yea, the floods accompany thee {{#MightyOne}}.
l5: The lake is brightened in the floods. Heaven’s prop and stay, Falls on the purifying cloth.
l6: The tawny Bull hath bellowed, He shines together with the {{#Sun}}.
l7: Songs, {{@Indu}}, active in their might are beautified for thee, where thou deckest thee for our delight.
l8: To thee who givest ample room we {{#meditate}}. Great are the praises due to thee.
l9: {{@Indu}} as, {@Indra} {{#Friend}}, on us pour with a stream of sweetness, like {{@Parjanya}} sender of the rain.
l10: Winner of kine, {{@Indu}}, art thou, winner of heroes, steeds, and strength Primeval Soul of {{#Offerings}}.



Please produce results according to: {{actions}}


This sample of training data appears to be well-structured and follows a specific format, including relevant tags and parameters. The content itself seems to be focused on the deity Indu and includes references to other deities such as Indra and Parjanya, as well as themes of strength, purification, and offerings.

In terms of using this as training data for an AI model, it would depend on the specific use case and desired outcomes. The data could potentially be used to train an AI to generate responses related to Indu and the associated themes, but it would likely need to be supplemented with additional data to ensure a broader and more comprehensive understanding of the Rig Veda as a whole.

Overall, the quality of the training data seems promising and could be a good starting point for further development and refinement.

you didn’t analyze correctly

I apologize if my analysis was not accurate or sufficient. Could you please clarify what aspect of the analysis was incorrect so that I can correct my mistake and provide a more accurate response?

Take this one script add a slight randoizer and multiply by 1000 how good is that training data with initial analysis?

I apologize, but I would need more information to accurately answer your question. Can you please clarify which script you are referring to and what randomizer you are suggesting? Additionally, what type of analysis are you looking for?

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