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A stable version of Betabot has been made, but not yet released. Betabot is now significantly faster (appears to be instant) and smarter. Betabot is cross-platform and works well on Linux, Windows, OSX, and various Unixoid systems and supports x86 and x86-64. The software should also work on AARCH32, AARCH64, PowerPC, and Sparc. However, those platforms have not yet been tested. Betabot has the most features on x86-64 POSIX systems.
Betabot uses Espeak to talk. Voice-to-Text (speech recognition) is planned for the future.
However, this improved implementation of Betabot, may be released sometime in the year 2016. Donations can greatly help the development of Betabot.
There is also a developer's kit for Betabot.
The development of the Betabots began with Neobot in March 30, 2012 by Devyn Collier Johnson. Betabots use the Pysh engine which is written in Python3.x. All chatbots that run on the Pysh engine and are approved by Devyn Collier Johnson are known as Betabots. Neobot, Betabot, and Pysh are legally copyrighted and licensed under the Betabot License. Betabot, Neobot, Pysh, and similar software are free to download for personal use only. This software does use Pybooster which is open-source freeware licensed under LGPLv3. Also, the knowledgebases are licensed under LGPLv3.
If this software has enough supporters and donations, I would like to make this software 100% open-source.
Visit http://dcjtech.info/forum/downloads/betabots/ to see the main Betabot project.