July 18th, 2003

Auros Face from wedding

Fun with Natural Language Processing

I originally wasn't going to post this meme, but once I actually tried it, it was way too funny not to. Basically, it's a system that snarfs your most recent public entries, and uses a small word-to-word Hidden Markov Model to produce some random output that "resembles" the content of those entries:

Here's the "summary" of my journal:

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Isn't that just perfect? :-)

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ETA: I find it greatly amusing that the word "kibosh", which I think I've only used once, managed to find its way in. I was very pleased when I found an excuse to use it. :-)
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