Sunday, May 28, 2006

Is nonsense about nonsense going too far? Is it even impossible? These questions may or may not concern us, but one thing I'm certain of is this: any cobbled together robot outfitted with artificial intelligence has got to be able to spout a steady stream of blather if it wants to be taken for a human. I worry that today's AI programmers, hard at work to make their software understand reason, have forgotten to include the ability to speak without it. Rudimentary programs might work like this.
  • Start folderol: "I ate tailored loft rats."


At 8:18 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dude! What kinda flaked-out mamby-pamby site you got goin' on her eanyway? I thought this was Palindrome of the DAY. Not Palindrome of my-whimsical-willy-nilly notion. Not Palindrome of the whenever-I-feel-like-it, but PALINDROME OF THE DAY. It says it right there in teal and white. C'mon, read it with me PAL-IN-DROME-OF-THE-DAY! See, DAY!

You got some esplainin' to do.

Get to it! Chop chop!

Palindrome away with your palindrome of the day.

Some of us can't sleep with out it.

Embittered palindromeless insomniac


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