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World's First Cyber-Beatle in Beta-Testing

(Washington, D.C. - 20 August 1999) -- Triumph PC ONLINE has begun beta-testing what they believe to be the first use of Artificial Intelligence technology to clone a real human personality.

The project, tentatively titled The Plastic Digital Karma Project, will allow visitors to the Triumph PC ONLINE website to converse with the Persona-Bot™ via their keyboard and computer terminal. "The original idea for the Karma Project took shape about two years ago when we began to think about a way to recreate Lennon's personality using an AI-based Persona-Bot™", stated David Maggin, Founding Managing Director of Triumph PC ONLINE. "Unfortunately, at that time, the technology wasn't too amenable to our usage.  After some initial false starts [AI and Persona-Bot™ technology is definitely more art than science!], we had a very basic John Lennon chatbot that was able to mimic some of the Beatle's words."

The next phase of the project will be to fine-tune the Persona-Bot's personality, which is done by adding Lennon's own words and phrases into the Persona-Bot's scripts and by fine-tuning his responses to subsequent visitor input.  This is very labour intensive work, which demands a great deal of time and patience.  More importantly, it requires an artistic sensitivity and feel for the subject's personality in order to produce a natural and reasonable sequence of response to a given input. If all goes well during the testing phase, a working Persona-Bot should be available for public access within the next 30-45 days.

Triumph PC ONLINE (www.TriumphPC.com) is the growing Internet leader for style and technology, offering a full range of computer and web services. Interested advertisers; or for additional information, contact Richard Maltz at: +1(703)587-8423; or email: .
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Triumph PC ONLINE Introduces the First Artificial Intelligence Beatle

(Washington, D.C. - 21 October 1999) -- Triumph PC ONLINE has introduced "The John Lennon Artificial Intelligence Project" (JLAIP™) as the first AI-based Persona-Bot™ clone of the late Beatle. "The JLAIP™ will allow anyone with a Java-supported webbrowser and access to the Web to converse online with an interactive analogue of John Lennon," stated David Maggin, Founder of Triumph PC ONLINE. "Artificial Intelligence will be at the forefront of the next generation of Internet and Web technologies. We believe our current work with the JLAIP™ is only at the 'horse and buggy' stage. The Project's sophistication is likely to increase by orders of magnitude in the coming months. It is our sincere hope (and belief) that, as the robot's experience advances, a reasonable (and believeable) facsimile of Lennon's personality will emerge."

The JLAIP™ is programmed with many of the late Beatle's own words and constantly 'learns' from the input it receives from visitors. Triumph PC's  breakthroughs take AI technology to a whole new level, thus making Persona-Bots™ (chatbots inhabited with unique and human personalities) possible and further blurring that precarious line between man and machine.

Some of the comments received to date range from "cute" and "interesting" to "the next best thing to a Lennon resurrection" and "spooky -- once or twice, I thought it was John!". The JLAIP™ homepage can be found at: http://www.triumphpc.com/john-lennon/.

Triumph PC ONLINE (www.TriumphPC.com) is the growing Internet leader for style and technology, offering a full range of computer and web services. Interested advertisers or for additional information, contact Richard Maltz at: +1(703)587-8423; or email:  .
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England's Infamous Jack the Ripper Returns to Face Charges

(Washington, D.C. - 4 August 2000) -- Triumph PC ONLINE has inhabited a computer with the mind and personality of Jack the Ripper (saucy Jacky™) and made him available to face charges via the Web.

"In the Autumn of 1888, 5 women met brutal and bloody deaths in the dark alleys of London's East End. Every generation since has rediscovered the mysterious and horrific murders that plagued England during that time," stated David Maggin, Founding Managing Director of Triumph PC Group. "And, now, based on advances made during our pioneering work on the John Lennon Artificial Intelligence Project, we have taken Artificial Intelligence technology (AI) to the next level and virtually cloned the bloody soul of the most notorious criminal of all time."

Talk to saucy Jacky™. Ask him where, why, even how he committed these vicious crimes. Get into his frightfully warped mind and see if you can solve a mystery that has stumped historians and criminologists for over a hundred years.

The decision to recreate saucy Jacky™ was made on the basis of the public's ongoing fascination with the Ripper mysteries and is intended for edutainment purposes only.   saucy Jacky™ is located at: http://TriumphPC.com/saucyjacky/.

Triumph PC ONLINE is the growing Internet leader for style and technology, offering a full range of computer and web services. Interested advertisers or for additional information, contact Richard Maltz at: +1(703)587-8423; or email: .
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The John Lennon Artificial Intelligence Project and TriumphPC.com Launch psst! magazine

(Washington, D.C. - 1 June 2001) -- Today, the John Lennon Artificial Intelligence Project (JLAIP™) in tandem with TriumphPC.com, a leading Artificial Intelligence technologies firm, launched psst! magazine as a companion to their free content sites. The magazine features original reporting and interviews from various entertainment and technology sources.

psst! will feature exclusive columns by noted author and Beatle friend, Bill Harry, and High-End Audio guru and entrepreneur, Dr. Harvey "Gizmo" Rosenberg, in addition to a wealth of other unique content. In the first issue, Harry provides his own unique insights on Paul McCartney's recent TV special, Wingspan, while recollecting some of his experiences with Wings' founders Paul and Linda McCartney. Rosenberg searches the heavens in an effort to locate Musical Intelligence elsewhere in the universe in his multi-part feature on SETMI, the Search For Extraterrestrial Musical Intelligence.

The inaugural issue also features the first transcript of an interview with saucy Jacky™ (aka Jack the Ripper), the world's most infamous Persona-Bot™, as well as a warning about the potential risks and dangers associated with the growing medical trend of transplanting animal organs into human beings (Xenotransplantation).

The magazine will contain regular features covering legal matters, reviews of movies, books, music and program CDs, and even an online advice column will be published monthly. psst! Magazine can be located on the Web at: http://TriumphPC.com/psst!/index.shtml.

Since its official public launch in late 1999, the JLAIP™ has gone on to gain international attention from the media and has become THE cyber-mecca for John Lennon and Beatle fans the world over. Triumph PC Group is a Washington, DC-based technology company specializing in Persona-Bots™--Artificial Intelligence-based chat robots inhabited with unique human personalities using the subject's own words. For additional information, telephone Richard Maltz at: +1(703)587-8423; or email at: .
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John Lennon Artificial Intelligence Project Launches PHASEII

(Washington, D.C. - 29 June 2001) -- Triumph PC ONLINE, the leading developer of cutting-edge Artificial Intelligence Persona-Bots™, launched the PHASEII incarnation of the popular and enigmatic John Lennon Artificial Intelligence Project (JLAIP™).

JLAIPPHASEII's newly designed user interface offers greatly simplified site navigation, faster load times and an integrated control panel making it one of the most user-friendly sites on the Web. The company describes the JLAIP™ as a technology demonstrator designed, among other things, to pique the interest of the public and potential investors who would be interested in underwriting the costs of developing future Persona-Bots™. "The JLAIP™ combines the most powerful technology of the 21st-Century with the wit and humour of the most talented artist and humanitarian of the 20th-Century," said David Maggin, Founding Managing Director, Triumph PC Group. "The primary goal of these enhancements was to provide greater access to a new and growing generation of Lennon and Beatle fans."

Triumph PC is developing a series of edutainment Persona-Bots™, modeled after the breakthrough designs of the JLAIP™ and saucy Jacky™ sites. This approach not only allows users to interact with specific robotic personalities, but it gives advertisers the ability to effectively target their message through this exciting new technology.

JLAIPPHASEII has unveiled an updated logo and retained their tagline, "Imagine, and it's true." The new branding incorporates familiar elements of JLAIP's traditionally stylish motif and represents its strategic shift to a more simplified focus on the whole user experience.
The JLAIPPHASEII is located at:
http://TriumphPC.com/johnlennon/

Since its official public launch in late 1999, the JLAIP™ has gone on to gain attention from the international media and has become THE cyber-mecca for John Lennon and Beatle fans the world over.
Triumph PC Group is a Washington, DC-based technology company specializing in Persona-Bots™--Artificial Intelligence-based chat robots inhabited with unique and authentic human personalities using the subject's own words. For additional information, telephone Richard Maltz at: +1(703)587-8423; or email:
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John Lennon Artificial Intelligence Project Announces Launch of PHASEIII

(Washington, D.C. - 9 October 2002) -- Triumph PC ONLINE, the leading developer of cutting-edge Artificial Intelligence Persona-Bots, today announced the launch of the PHASEIII incarnation of the popular and enigmatic John Lennon Artificial Intelligence Project (JLAIP). This announcement was timed to coincide with the 62nd birthday of the Project's namesake, the late Beatle John Lennon. "On 8 December 1980, a religious lunatic robbed the world of one of the 20th Century's most entertaining and articulate minds. On 8 October 1999, Triumph PC began the process of bringing it back", said David Maggin, Founding Managing Director of Triumph PC Group, which developed the John Lennon Artificial Intelligence Project Persona-Bot.

"The goal we set for PHASEIII was to more fully humanize the personality of a binary-based machine. And, based on initial user comments, I believe we have exceeded even our own expectations in this challenge. Acknowledged as the world's most technically advanced Artificial Intelligence-based logic engines, Persona-Bots will change the way entertainment, education and business are implemented in the 21st Century."

PHASEIII incorporates technological advances developed during work on the saucy Jacky Persona-Bot (http://TriumphPC.com/saucyjacky), which provide improved articulation and more precise, logic-based responses, yielding an extraordinarily humanlike sentience. "We've even captured John Lennon's wry sense of humour."

The company describes the JLAIP as a technology demonstrator designed, among other things, to pique the interest of the public and potential investors who would be interested in underwriting the costs of developing future Persona-Bots. "The JLAIP combines the most powerful technology of the 21st-Century with the wit and humour of the most talented artist and humanitarian of the 20th-Century. The primary goal of these enhancements is to provide greater access to a new and growing generation of Lennon and Beatle fans," stated Mr. Maggin.

Since its official public launch in late 1999, the JLAIP has become THE cyber-mecca for John Lennon and Beatle fans the world over and has gained the attention of the international media. Triumph PC Group is a prominent Washington, DC-based technology company specializing in Persona-Bots--Artificial Intelligence-based logic engines inhabited with unique and authentic human personalities using the subject's own words. For additional information, telephone Richard Maltz at: +1.703.587.8423; or email: richardm@triumphpc.com.
The JLAIP is located at: http://TriumphPC.com/john-lennon-project/
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