In a new program launched by Chicago’s Field Museum, the cast skeleton of the titanosaur dubbed Máximo will text you back answers to questions about the dinosaur’s life in prehistoric Patagonia — or anything else you’d like to gab about Korean wording. Want to know Máximo’s favorite color? Ask away! Want Máximo to know how handsome he looks in that selfie you took with him? The gentle giant will gently thank you 맥용 오피스 2016 다운로드.
The “Message Máximo” project aims to get dino fans personally involved with fun facts about the museum’s largest resident, said Andrea Ledesma, project manager for Message Máximo live tonight. “We wanted a way for visitors to interact with Máximo that was fun and surprising, but still engaging with the actual science,” Ledesma told Live Science 포켓몬스터 다운로드. [Titanosaur Photos: Meet the Largest Dinosaur on Record]
You can reach Máximo via text at 70221 or through online chat at the dino’s web page amd 카탈리스트. Behind the scenes, a chatbot set up to answer a wide range of questions responds to queries, Ledesma said. Programmers engineered Máximo’s chatbot to field expected questions like “Where are you from?” and “Why is your neck so long youtube free videos?” as well as a few out-of-left-field queries that no one’s yet asked, like “Did you see ‘Jurassic Park’?” (Sorry, kids, did I say chatbot yoondesign font? I meant the dinosaur is totally talking to you.)
Máximo can also tell a knock-knock joke, which I won’t spoil for you 케이크워크 소나 다운로드.
So far, the response to Máximo’s chatty new persona has been positive, Ledesma said, with over 500 conversations logged on the May 8 public launch. “Overall, from the conversations, the reception to the project has been pretty positive.”
Máximo is a cast (meaning, not the actual bones) created in the likes of a Patagotitan mayorum, a type of sauropod, or long-necked dinosaur, in the group titanosauria. The largest dinosaur ever found, this creature’s bones stretch 122 feet (37 meters) across the Field Museum’s large main floor, Stanley Field Hall. At 28 feet (8.5 m) tall, Máximo’s head peaks over the walkway encircling the main hall. When alive, Máximo would have weighed 70 tons, or as much as 10 African elephants.
Máximo lived 101 million years ago, during the Cretaceous period (facts I know from asking Máximo himself). In my own brief chat with the dinosaur, he also told me that he is an herbivore. “If you know of any place that makes an excellent fern salad, fern taco, fern pizza … please let me know.”
Máximo passed my city-loyalty test, too. “I am having a wonderful time in Chicago,” he said. “I love the many tall glass trees. Or skyscrapers, I think you say.”
Original article on Live Science.