In this beginner-friendly talk, Yuvesh Tulsiani (Hacksmiths) shows how we can teach computers to tell stories and share them with the world.
We can teach computers to tell stories and share them with the world. In this talk, you will learn how to make computers produce content from sets of rules, and how to turn that into a twitter bot.
It will cover using a story-grammar generation library, the tools you can use with it and the resources to make the whole process faster. This process has been used to make generative stories, and twitter bots that post art made from emoji and games.
It’s super easy to get into and requires no pre existing technical knowledge - just some imagination and a laptop. All are welcome. (NB, you can get away with using a tablet but it won’t be as easy).
Hacksmiths is Goldsmiths' Hacking Society. We provide opportunities for a diverse and inclusive group of Goldsmiths Hackers to interact, collaborate, share knowledge and create things with one another.
We host workshops and hack days for Goldsmiths students and the wider UK student hacker community. We also organise trips to take part in hack days managed by other hacking societies and organisations, as well as other fun visits.
By attending this Hacksmiths event, you are agreeing to abide by Hacksmiths' Code of Conduct. In brief, this means being a nice person who supports others. For more details, read through this document: https://github.com/hacksmiths/code-of-conduct
Dates & times
|22 Feb 2017||4:00pm - 6:00pm|
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