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October 1, 2018
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Travel writing with A.I.

Ross Goodwin
1 the Road
2017

“It was nine seventeen in the morning, and the house was heavy…”

Ross Goodwin’s robot

Four sensors packed in a Caddy on a roadtrip from NYC to NOLA, sending signals to his neural network of existing literature, of which I’m pretty sure at least one is On The Road. I love how this recipe outputs in real time on a spool printer, very nice touch.

“The time was one minute past midnight. But he was the only one who had to sit on his way back. The time was one minute after midnight and the wind was still standing on the counter and the little patch of straw was still still and the street was open.”

Ross Goodwin’s robot
1 the Road

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Tagged: ai · language · Ross Goodwin
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