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Robot Writes Poetry With Sand

Skryf celebrates local poets
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krisi
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Re: poetry writing?
krisi   2/5/2014 4:50:49 PM
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I guess the title worked at the journalistic level...caught might attention and I read your piece...Kris

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Re: poetry writing?
Caleb Kraft   2/5/2014 1:37:08 PM
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haha, well, I guess that depends on which definition of "write" you are going off of. It is literally writing, though it leaves a lot to be desired on the creative process side of things!

Maybe I shoul dhave labelled it "text dispensing" or something like that.

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poetry writing?
krisi   2/3/2014 5:43:49 PM
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for a split second I though the robot actually writes poetry and was a amzed at the progress of AI that I failed to notice while having lunch...but it turns out the device just dispenses some sand, somewhat precisely I would give you that but it is far from writing poetry as understood commonyly by humans...maybe this is poetry writing in robots mind ;-)

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