13-Jun-2017 23:26 by 2 Comments
None of them are AI researchers or have worked substantially with AI that I know of.
” Why, I wondered, did a tense that has served authors since the very inception of fiction suddenly lose favor? Whatever the causes for the prevalence of the present tense in today’s fiction, it is important that we understand its advantages and disadvantages so we can better decide when to employ it. Present tense has more “immediacy” than past tense.
Every since Carly Jepson replaced Rebecca Black's annoyingly catchy "Friday" with the equally mind-numbing "Call Me Maybe," mostly everyone has been humming the tune and re-watching her music video for the um-teenth time.
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