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The Autocomplete Works of William Shakespeare

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A humorous reworking of scenes or indeed entire plays from the Bard's work, edited so that it appears that the author simply accepted the first suggestions from an autocomplete engine, to hilarious effect.
8th of 7, Jun 19 2015

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       The is a rematch idea.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jun 19 2015

       Or get Watson on the case.
wjt, Jun 19 2015

       "To be or something else to do with it. That is the focus of the prayer meeting."
RayfordSteele, Jun 19 2015

       I thought this would be a kind of monstrous spellcheck add-on, so when you type a single letter on your keyboard the machine autocompletes with whichever of the Works of Shakespeare starts with that letter. If no complete work starts with that letter then it uses an act, or a speech, or a line, or a single word. Only after failing to find a single word match does it shut up and allow you to continue typing (until you press "space" and start the next word).
pocmloc, Jun 19 2015

       This is a bard idea.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jun 19 2015

       The idea that you could make an accurate model of a persons mind is interesting.   

       A whether simulation based on known experiences, facts in life, biological tendencies, historical events and of course writings might be able to compute possible completion. Of course this is a few generations above an Intelligence in a box. I don't think binary could do it, more like a quantum machine with multi-factor deep learning algorithms and of course a ton of data.   

       Hitler, why did you invade Russia?
wjt, Jun 20 2015

       "Because we loaned them our nice new electric hedgecutters, and then they wouldn't give them back".
8th of 7, Jun 21 2015


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