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Automated Paper Writing

Computer geeks will eventually create software that will do everything for them. The latest example is this open-source project that automatically creates Computer Science Papers. Using the software, the creators even managed to get a paper accepted into a conference. Just check out this abstract I had it create:

The investigation of Lamport clocks has studied model checking, and current trends suggest that the understanding of RAID will soon emerge. After years of key research into DNS, we disconfirm the refinement of gigabit switches, which embodies the typical principles of cryptoanalysis. In order to address this quandary, we introduce new classical information (SnodGay), which we use to verify that interrupts can be made virtual, scalable, and heterogeneous.
For anybody who understands computer terminology, you'll realize how hilarious that statement is.

Since they've been accepted to a conference, they plan on going to the conference and give a completely randomly-generated talk, delivered entirely with a straight face. What I wouldn't do to see that in person.

Thanks BB for the link.

Posted by Jake on 04/17/05 @ 02:02 PM
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