New Scientist article about Xapagy

New Scientist had published a short article about Xapagy, focusing mostly on the story generation aspect:

http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg21628945.700-storytelling-software-learns-how-to-tell-a-good-tale.html

It is a good article for general reading, and I am quite comfortable with it. It was based on last year’s crop of tech reports of I had uploaded to arXiv. Since then, the Xapagy work had been more focused on representation of tricky sentences and story segments, like “If Clinton was the Titanic, the iceberg would have sunk” and the like.

No, I still don’t have synthetic autobiographies of sufficient size to start doing really interesting stuff – like creating whole stories from scratch. But slowly, slowly, it is getting to the point that one can translate almost anything to Xapi.