Teaching the AICore
The AICore can learn virtually any information which is input.


Teaching the AICore about yourself
If you would like the AICore to learn something about you, simply type the information in and it should be able to memorise it.
See Examples 1, 2, 3 and 4.



Teaching the AICore about general knowledge
If you would like the AICore to learn some general knowledge, simply type the information in and it should be able to memorise it.
See Example 5a.


Teaching the AICore about general knowledge (forced learning)
If you would like the AICore to learn some general knowledge, but it was unable to detect/learn the general knowledge, prefix the general knowledge statement with the keyword, "remember:".
See Example 5b.


Teaching the AICore about general knowledge (answering AICore questions)
This is the easiest and best way of teaching the AICore about general knowledge/facts. Simply type, "*talk more*" and the AICore will ask you random questions, which when answered will help build up and improve its knowledge base.
See Example 6.