3/27/22. AI Poetry! This was the first output/experiment from a new project I started working on last week. I've written a program that takes a text prompt, feeds to it to the AI, and then the AI tries to complete the text from that. Then the program takes the resulting string and makes a composition from it. So far it's come up with a huge variety of responses, ranging from the profound and prophetic, to pseudo-code that actually caused it to crash itself; I was actually very impressed! Feel free to @ me over the Clarissa episode, she's 💯 inspiring. 😜 I know it's not easy to read the text from the picture, so in lieu of quotes on plots from this series, I'll be posting the text. Hope you guys enjoy! I have a whole bunch in the works. :)
Edition : #1
Pens used: 0.5mm, 0.3mm, and 0.2mm rOtring isographs
Inks used: Noodler's Apache Sunset, Akhmatova Green, and Heart of Darkness
Total movement distance: 2059.7113 ft
Time to plot: 7hr, 15min
Number of blades: 209
Number of segments per blade: 344
Sun Size: 8.2804 inches
Start Shape Size: 0.2298 inches
Longest blade: 7.7403 inches
Biggest Sway: 2.8533 inches
Blade Mode: cubic_out, (29.12% likely)
Sway Mode: linear, (50.0% likely)
Wind Roll: 33.3415, (95.0% likely)
Blade Construction: (96.0% likely)
Portrait Roll: 85.9008, (99.0% likely)
The Statistical Unlikelihood of this plot: 13.14593280%
"There was a time I felt that way. But as I grew older and learned more, I began to see that it wasn’t true. I realized that the world was a beautiful place, and that the things that make up our reality are not as important as the things that make up the universe.
Today, the universe is a beautiful place.
We were driving down a dirt road, and there was a little girl sitting on the side of the road. She was wearing a pink dress, and she had a beautiful smile. She was probably just a few weeks old, and as she looked at us, her face lit up with a smile that was pure sunshine.
I looked into her eyes. They were the color of warm sunlight. I looked at her face. She was smiling at me. Then I looked at her face again and realized that she was smiling at the sun.