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Say Anything: A Demonstration of Open Domain Interactive Digital Storytelling

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Say Anything: A Demonstration of Open Domain Interactive Digital Storytelling
Say Anything is a text-based interactive digital storytelling application that differs from other systems in its emphasis on the ability of users to create a narrative in any domain that they wish. The user and computer take turns in writing sentences in an emerging fictional narrative where sentences contributed by the computer are selected from a collection of millions of personal stories extracted from Internet weblogs. In this demonstration, we will present the latest version of the Say Anything application and allow conference participants to author their own original stories using the system. Key words: interactive storytelling, interactive fiction, collaborative writing, social media, weblogs, information retrieval. 1 Say Anything Say Anything [4] is an open domain story generation engine that is unlike most other contemporary interactive storytelling systems. Say Anything diverges from current systems in two key areas. First, most state-of-the-art systems rely heavily on rich, ...
Reid Swanson, Andrew S. Gordon
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where ICIDS
Authors Reid Swanson, Andrew S. Gordon
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