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  1. Subscribersonhouse
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    24 Feb '18 09:13
    w.wired.com/2017/12/when-an-algorithm-helps-write-science-fiction/

    What do you think of his engine helped sci fi story?
  2. SubscriberPonderable
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    22 Mar '18 13:21
    Originally posted by @sonhouse
    w.wired.com/2017/12/when-an-algorithm-helps-write-science-fiction/

    What do you think of his engine helped sci fi story?
    After several attempts I read the Story, which I find so-so.

    In fact the omments are really funny.
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    26 Mar '18 08:45
    Originally posted by @sonhouse
    w.wired.com/2017/12/when-an-algorithm-helps-write-science-fiction/

    What do you think of his engine helped sci fi story?
    It's barely a story. If it hadn't been for the human pointing the computer at a storyline, it would've been a directionless collection of sentences, each in itself unnatural and without aim.
  4. SubscriberPonderable
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    28 Mar '18 12:18
    Originally posted by @shallow-blue
    It's barely a story. If it hadn't been for the human pointing the computer at a storyline, it would've been a directionless collection of sentences, each in itself unnatural and without aim.
    It would certainly had no Chance at the RHP competition 😉
  5. Subscribersonhouse
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    28 Mar '18 16:05
    Originally posted by @shallow-blue
    It's barely a story. If it hadn't been for the human pointing the computer at a storyline, it would've been a directionless collection of sentences, each in itself unnatural and without aim.
    Other than that......
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