Posts Tagged: robots

Author Roboto

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At Melville House, Liam O’Brien delves into the fictional and factual history of book-writing computers, from Roald Dahl’s “The Great Automatic Grammatizator” to the Russian computer that rewrote Anna Karenina in the style of Murakami. With some media outlets already using bots to pen articles, he wonders if the robots will be coming for literature next.

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The Rumpus Sunday Book Blog Roundup

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This week, the book blogs have went and gone political! Maybe it’s that it’s the off year in the election cycle and they miss the rabid infighting and corruption, or maybe it’s the news that the Kindle has already become the next thought police and will soon start force-feeding you Soma, but for some reason, politics are everywhere.

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Saturday Morning Links

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Let’s say you were the kind of person who thinks the Bible could use a little livening up, a little updating–you’d probably find Overthinking It’s post on fusing the KJV with the Nintendo Universe right up your alley.

If you’re the kind of person who is ready to welcome our future robot overlords, you could check out the next-next-next generation of baseball players.

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