So my phone’s keyboard (an app I actually paid for and downloaded because the original phone keyboard was awful) has a feature in which it tries to predict my next word, based on what I have typed. The screen looks like this:
I started out with a blank message, as above, an continually chose the middle option. Sometimes, the words began repeating themselves, as you will see. When that happened, I erased the repetitions and ended the sentence. I started the new sentence with the option to the left. Here’s what I – rather, my phone – came up with.
“I am a beautiful person who is the best of luck to you by the way I can see the snow and ice cream and hot dogs and cats and dogs and cats and dogs and cats and dogs. are you a lot of people who are not the intended recipient of the most important thing is that the company is a good time to time and money to buy a new one of the ones that are not the only thing. that I have a job in the morning and evening of the most important thing. Follow the link below to view the full amount of time. I think I’m going to be a cello player and a half hour or so ago and I will be there after work and the other hand I am a beautiful person.”
I ended the transmission when it started the first sentence over again, as I liked the full circle effect.
I’d like to know the algorithm behind this, as I know I have not typed some of these phrases.
Out of boredom, I made it into a poem:
I am a beautiful person who is the best
Poetry, Eff yeah!