NHI1 is a command-line software designed to be used by developers, scientists, researchers, and system administrators who want to create an artificial (non-human) intelligence today, or before the year 2040.
The project’s main goal is to help you create a non-human intelligence, while making use of various open source projects, such as theBrain, a persistent storage system, and theLink (previously known as libmsgque).
NHI1’s core is available for many programming languages, including Python, C, C++, Java, C#, Perl, Ruby, PHP, VB.NET and Tcl. It supports GNU/Linux, Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X operating systems, tested on 64-bit (x86_64) and 32-bit (x86) instruction set architectures.
Getting started with NHI1
To install and use the NHI1 project on your GNU/Linux operating system, you will have to download the latest version from Softpedia, where it is distributed as a bz2 compressed TAR archive.
Save the package somewhere on your computer, extract its contents using an archive manager utility, open a terminal emulator software and navigate to the location of the extracted archive files using the ‘cd’ command (e.g. cd /home/softpedia/NHI1-0.17).
Then, execute the ‘./configure’ command to configure and optimize the software for a specific architecture or operating system. Once the configuration/optimization process has finished, you must run the ‘make’ command to compile NHI1.
Install it system wide by running the ‘make install’ command as root or the ‘sudo make install’ command as a privileged user. Use it by running the ‘nhi1’ command on the terminal emulator application.