AI writing apps and software CST – top 10 – top 50

A long list of writing software that uses AI, quoting their by-lines (more than 40 now) AI text processing writing software, also including Notes Story Board (zooming), Granthika, Scrivener. Includes NLP and text generation techniques. October 2021, updated ocasionally – last Nov 2022 After The Deadline https://www.afterthedeadline.com/ “We use artificial intelligence and natural language processing Continue Reading

Death In The Bubble world – Easy Money Units or EMUs electronic digital currency

Easy Money Units or EMUs, the original electronic digital currency in fictional form, are tokens used for various nefarious purposes in the dubious and decaying Bubble World. Death in the Bubble World was my novella published in three Em literary book form journals 1997 to 2000. EMUs are stored in handbags not wallets! Below is Continue Reading

Tower of Doom part 2: The Bloody Tale

Episode 2 of the Tower of Doom. Any horror/death related texts will be in this series. You have been warned. Although they are pretty innocuous.  See also Tower of Doom 1: The Distant Shout of the Great Storm. This is not part of the classic literature series. I am generating text from short phrases that I Continue Reading

A Mountain of Pent Up Tears – children’s stories generated texts

Children’s stories – this is part of the classic literature series on this blog, experiments in hybrid fiction.¬† I turned out so fast, I barely looked back. (I turned to look, only to find the figure had gone.) What has gone before was the dark room. In the far left corner lay a pile of Continue Reading

Guess the original classics – Born Into Slavery

This is a game to see if you can identify the original story author in the generated text below. It has a new title: Born Into Slavery. The generated text is followed by the classic story which was used as the prompt for the computer generation. For technical details see end.   Born Into Slavery Continue Reading

Guess the original literature classics – The Distant Shout of the Great Storm

Can you identify the original story author used to prompt (start off) the generated text below? The title is also generated. After, please visit Episode 2: The Bloody Tale. The generated text is followed by the classic story which was used as the prompt for the computer generation. For technical details see end Notes. Character Continue Reading