Posted 4 years ago in Site updates
Botwiki Updates #6
- Follow @santaBot5000 (by @colewillsea) and he will add you to a list that he will check twice
- @pomological tweets random images from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Pomological Watercolor Collection
- @twilightwarmth will “give affection” to your late-night tweets
- @kentquirk‘s Kaleidopix might make your head spin
- while Matthew‘s @TellMeAStoryBot will “tell you a story based on your [Twitter] profile”
- and @frozgurt, by Ben Brown, will make you a magical frozen yogurt
- Bots, messaging, and the Interface Visibility Scale (Ryan Block via medium.com)
- “The future is here and it is an AI lawyer.” (hirepeter.com)
- The Random Darknet Shopper Bot Is Back, Doing Its Christmas Shopping in London (motherboard.vice.com)
- Programming interactive worlds with linear logic (cs.cmu.edu)
- The bot that can paint you and Taylor Swift in the style of Picasso(theguardian.com)
- Metamodels for structured interaction with machine intelligence (PDF)
- Navigating a social world with robot partners (sciencedirect.com)
- The Doomsday Invention: Will artificial intelligence bring us utopia or destruction? (newyorker.com)
- Researchers Teaching Robots How to Best Reject Orders from Humans(spectrum.ieee.org)
- DCGAN: Generate faces and other objects using neural networks (Alec Radford‘s repo on github.com)
- Word generator using recurrent neural networks (Shariq Hashmevia github.com)
- Visual question answering using CNN+RNN (Abhishek Das via github.com)
And finally, the bot I said that I made! I found a perfect solution for hosting online bots suitable for beginner programmers and wrote a tutorial for it. The end result is @what_capital, a simple interactive Twitter bot that lets you guess the capital of a country based on the country’s flag.
Go check it out and feel free to send me your feedback on the tutorial!
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