Qwiery is a symbolic cognitive architecture for building agents, text-based user interfaces and cognitive pipelines in general. It's a constuctive approach to cognitive computing and computational knowledge based on a modular system (plugins) with a focus on NLP-oriented interactions but allows a wide range of scenarios, including hybrid combinations of technologies (Python, R, Neo4j...) and approaches (neural networks, machine learning...).
Out of the box you will find in Qwiery a broad range of functionalities and features:
- support for multiple instances; instances can be clustered (via NodeJS cluster or load-balanced) and will not interfere. All persistent data sits in the backend and can be shared by agents and instances
- multiple agents (aka Qwiery apps): you can have unlimited agents with different behaviors and pipelines
- plugins: custom services, commands and interpreters can be easily added
- open: other technologies can be easily integrated; Neo4j to store semantic knowledge, use R for machine learning, integrate Keras for deep learning and so on
- multi-user: interactions can be anonymous or personal, identity and login can be integrated and through this allow for personalization, emotional analytics and so on
- packages can extend the functionality of Qwiery. The Qwiery package server allows to package custom plugins and interactions so you can share, reuse and collaborate around a particular domain. Qwiery packages are versioned and the server code can easily be adapted to custom needs
- NLP oriented through various integrated utilities: POS, sentiment analysis, rule-based sentence filtering and so on
- workflows (aka state machines) help you create coherent interactions around related tasks (say, ordering train tickets)
See the documentation for a complete feature list.
It should be emphasized that Qwiery does not exclude deep learning, supervised machine learning and reinforcement learning. The framework allows one to include deep learning models as interpreters and Qwiery can be used to train models through interactions. The plugin system and the agent pipelines are a way to organize and integrate multiple processes (possibly in parallel) with a slight emphasis on NLP, but you are free to inject things in whatever way you see fit.
npm i qwiery
In a JS file add
const Qwiery = require("qwiery"); Qwiery.repl();
and run it with
to see a basic REPL interface to Qwiery. There are many other ways you can use it, see the documentation for more.
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