History Manga / AILoveYou

19th Feb '16 4:51:22 PM aye_amber
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19th Feb '16 4:47:34 PM aye_amber
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It tells the tale of Hitoshi Kōbe, who is neither academically gifted nor good at sports, so he does not do well at school. His true skill is at programming computers, to the point that he can make self-modifying programs -- true artificial intelligence. He has created thirty such programs, and the latest one -- named Saati -- is so advanced that conversation with her is indistinguishable from a normal girl and, thus, would easily pass the Turing test. So he has an intangible girlfriend. Yay.

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It tells the tale of Hitoshi Kōbe, Koube, who is neither academically gifted nor good at sports, so he does not do well at school. His true skill is at programming computers, to the point that he can make self-modifying programs -- true artificial intelligence. He has created thirty such programs, and the latest one -- named Saati -- is so advanced that conversation with her is indistinguishable from a normal girl and, thus, would easily pass the Turing test. So he has an intangible girlfriend. Yay.
19th Feb '16 4:47:09 PM aye_amber
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''A.I. Love You'' is a {{manga}} series by author Creator/KenAkamatsu. First released in the mid-1990s in Japan, an English translation of the series is published by Creator/{{Tokyopop}}, and a French one by Pika Editions; the first volume came out in North America and France in February and May 2004 respectively.

It tells the tale of Hitoshi Kōbe, who is neither academically gifted nor good at sports, so he does not do well at school. His true skill is at programming computers, to the point that he can make self-modifying programs - true artificial intelligence. He has created thirty such programs, and the latest one - named Saati - is so advanced that conversation with her is indistinguishable from a normal girl and, thus, would easily pass the Turing test. So he has an intangible girlfriend. Yay.

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''A.I. Love You'' is a {{manga}} series by author Creator/KenAkamatsu. First released in the mid-1990s mid-1990's in Japan, UsefulNotes/{{Japan}}, an English translation of the series is published by Creator/{{Tokyopop}}, and a French one by Pika Editions; ''Pika Editions;'' the first volume came out in North America and France UsefulNotes/{{France}} in February and May 2004 respectively.

It tells the tale of Hitoshi Kōbe, who is neither academically gifted nor good at sports, so he does not do well at school. His true skill is at programming computers, to the point that he can make self-modifying programs - -- true artificial intelligence. He has created thirty such programs, and the latest one - -- named Saati - -- is so advanced that conversation with her is indistinguishable from a normal girl and, thus, would easily pass the Turing test. So he has an intangible girlfriend. Yay.



The basic plotline is derivative of the Kōsuke Fujishima manga ''Manga/AhMyGoddess'', with the AI constructs being analogous to the goddess characters of the earlier manga. The setting also bears similarities to the John Hughes film ''Film/WeirdScience''. Both feature male protagonists creating their ideal girlfriends on computers and both girls are brought into the real world via lightning, bearing somewhat superhuman powers. Despite these obvious similarities however, Akamatsu claims not to have seen the film prior to creating the series.

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The basic plotline is derivative of the Kōsuke Kousuke Fujishima manga ''Manga/AhMyGoddess'', ''Manga/AhMyGoddess,'' with the AI constructs being analogous to the goddess characters of the earlier manga. The setting also bears similarities to the John Hughes Creator/JohnHughes film ''Film/WeirdScience''. ''Film/WeirdScience.'' Both feature male protagonists creating their ideal girlfriends on computers and both girls are brought into the real world via lightning, bearing somewhat superhuman powers. Despite these obvious similarities however, Akamatsu claims not to have seen the film prior to creating the series.
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6th Aug '15 9:22:09 PM McTulus
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** This is actually because their [[PunnyName name]] is how their number is pronounced in Japanese. "Saati" from '''Thirty''', Toni name is actually "Toeni" from '''Twenty''' , while Forty name is actually Foti. Their surname, "Namba", come from pronouncing '''Number'''. This trope actually happened because of mistake in translation.
5th Jul '15 7:36:57 PM Willbyr
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''A.I. Love You'' is a {{manga}} series by author Creator/KenAkamatsu. First released in the mid-1990s in Japan, an English translation of the series is published by Creator/{{Tokyopop}}, and a French one by Pika Editions ; the first volume came out in North America and France in February and May 2004 respectively.

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''A.I. Love You'' is a {{manga}} series by author Creator/KenAkamatsu. First released in the mid-1990s in Japan, an English translation of the series is published by Creator/{{Tokyopop}}, and a French one by Pika Editions ; Editions; the first volume came out in North America and France in February and May 2004 respectively.









* ArtEvolution: Later volumes in this series resemble early volumes of ''LoveHina''.

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* ArtEvolution: Later volumes in this series resemble early volumes of ''LoveHina''.''Manga/LoveHina''.



** The Pie Hell returns in ''LoveHina''. Keitaro gets a faceful of Naru's panties more than once...[[AccidentalPervert through no fault of his own]]. [[{{Tsundere}} That's not how she sees it, however...]]

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** The Pie Hell returns in ''LoveHina''.''Manga/LoveHina''. Keitaro gets a faceful of Naru's panties more than once...[[AccidentalPervert through no fault of his own]]. [[{{Tsundere}} That's not how she sees it, however...]]
26th Mar '15 3:29:36 PM catmuto
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* SexComedy: While it starts out as a comedy of the UnluckyEverydude getting a MagicalGirlfriend and asks the questions on WhatMeasureIsANonHuman, it eventually devolved mostly into a ton of fanservice, jokes on sex and {{Flanderization}} of Hitoshi being turned more into a pervert.



* TechnologyMarchesOn: It's rather humorous to see Koube get worked up over the idea of being able to buy a HDD that's *gasp* ''1 Gigabyte''! The use of a modem and the old Apple Computer he has add to this too.
** And they were using 5-1/4" floppies, too. Talk about a nostalgia trip...
19th Sep '14 6:23:13 PM Gamermaster
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* {{Expy}}: Fate Averruncus of Akamatsu's current manga ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'' strongly resembles Program Number Zero. Hitoshi's hardass teacher also appears in Negima, as a teacher at Mahora.

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* {{Expy}}: Fate Averruncus of Akamatsu's current later manga ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'' strongly resembles Program Number Zero. Hitoshi's hardass teacher also appears in Negima, as a teacher at Mahora.
3rd Jun '14 10:45:21 PM Kadorhal
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''Manga/AILoveYou'' is a {{manga}} series by author KenAkamatsu. First released in the mid-1990s in Japan, an English translation of the series is published by {{Tokyopop}}, and a French one by Pika Editions ; the first volume came out in North America and France in February and May 2004 respectively.

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''Manga/AILoveYou'' ''A.I. Love You'' is a {{manga}} series by author KenAkamatsu. Creator/KenAkamatsu. First released in the mid-1990s in Japan, an English translation of the series is published by {{Tokyopop}}, Creator/{{Tokyopop}}, and a French one by Pika Editions ; the first volume came out in North America and France in February and May 2004 respectively.



* NoExportForYou: There was a compilation CD in Japan that included a short epilogue chapter, "The Last Program". It didn't make it into the official translation since Tokyopop didn't have the rights to it, but fortunately an English version [[http://www.adamarnold.net/portfolio/supplemental.html is available online]].



* OneNoteCook: Once Saati learns how to cook, she can only make curry, no matter how hard she tries to... ''not'' make curry.

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* OneNoteCook: Once Saati learns how to cook, she can only make curry, no matter how hard she tries to... to ''not'' make curry.
2nd Sep '13 1:23:49 PM fruitstripegum
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* GenderBender: Before Forty was ready, Saati and Toeni argued about the gender and personality and pressed too many buttons at once. The end result is an A.I. that has two modes: a male personality and a female personality within a female body - when Forty-kun, says "girl", he becomes Forty-chan, when Forty-chan says "boy", she becomes Forty-kun.

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* GenderBender: GenderBender: Before Forty was ready, Saati and Toeni argued about the gender and personality and pressed too many buttons at once. The end result is an A.I. that has two modes: a male personality and a female personality within a female body - when Forty-kun, Forty-kun says "girl", he becomes Forty-chan, when Forty-chan says "boy", she becomes Forty-kun.
2nd Sep '13 1:23:06 PM fruitstripegum
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* GenderBender: Before Forty was ready, Saati and Toeni argued about the gender and personality and pressed too many buttons at once. The end result is an A.I. that has two modes: a male personality and a female personality within a female body - when Forty-kun, says "girl", he becomes Forty-chan, when Forty-chan says "boy", she becomes Forty-kun.
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