Are there examples of AI systems that use grammatical rules in order to recognize commands in natural language?

For example, is there a program, when given the instruction (either by speech or by text) in the form of "Open file-1", will attempt to understand the command as consisting the parts "open" and "file-1", then respond according to how each part is classified?

The focus here is the fact that these kind of instructions are processed with built-in rules of grammar, rather than the rules being learned through observation of data.

  • $\begingroup$ old text adventures? How "natural" does the natural language processing need to be to count as an example for you, and how flexible? $\endgroup$ Nov 10, 2017 at 22:15
  • $\begingroup$ More general than text-adventure; in terms of flexibility, if there is limitation to the variety of sentence forms that the AI can process due to the fact that it has built-in rules, I'd like to know more. $\endgroup$
    – user289661
    Nov 14, 2017 at 1:03

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