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Famous minds Digitalized

Enjoy the beautiful words of some famous writers that they never wrote.

We started adopting Shakespeare first 🙂

In General

Many writers dream to successfully adopt the writing style of Shakespeare or any other writer and poet they deeply admire. Many of them, on the other hand, believe that this may be something they could never achieve.

However, if you are one of them and you are here reading this, then congratulations – you are already just one step away from writing on whichever topic you want in the style of Shakespeare himself. In fact, DMIND is all about digitalizing famous minds by putting the style of their writings in neural network neurons and giving writers the opportunity to adopt the writing voice of their favorite writer or poet.

Working Environment

Sounds strange and hard to grasp. But yes, the machines are writing texts in some specific style and with preserved context by themselves.

We don’t work here. We just train the machines to be able to automatically generate texts.

Shakespeare poetry, for example. 

Or, imitating Shakespeare’s style while writing about some topic that didn’t exist during his lifetime. Covid-19, for example.

Or, autogenerating texts on topics Shakespeare never wrote. Christmas poetry, for example.

Technology Behind

DMIND is based on an artificial neural network structured with a combination of a variety of topics and writing styles. Our neural network training technology is able to create style transfer and provide writers the chance to give their ideas the style or the voice of Shakespeare or any other famous mind. Text interpolation would be the correct technical term for one aspect of this technology.

A similar kind of technology is already widely adopted in image processing, providing this sector the capability to produce images imitating the styles of famous painters and artists. However, if you are curious about how style transfer exactly works, let’s start by stating that it represents the internal capabilities of neural networks.

To sum up, the logic behind DMIND is all about using the power of artificial intelligence to get into the minds of famous writers and poets and start creating pieces of content in their writing style on any given topic that comes to your mind.  The best thing of all is that thanks to DMIND, you and we are now able to create our own masterpiece within just a few minutes. Just come up with an idea about a topic, choose the style we want to transfer to our new content, and wait for the magic to happen!

Examples of Autogenerated Texts

Example # 1

The last of my love is to die in love. O thou my self, thou art my self, And you alone, not of me, that will survive, and to which I will be given all the benefits of a COVID-19 screening. For all countries and countries with an COVID-19 screening, we use a modified regression model to estimate the total number of deaths by age. Age is not used in adjusted Covid-19 results. In France, COVID-19 and I’ll go; my soul, my body and my mind Will go on wondering whether there is love here, Or whether there is some foul impiety here. But no; in the deep grove of the rose, Heron-like heaves his horn, that makes the deep grove come; mortality. The model is fitted to Covid-19 results in France using the univariate multivariable logistic regression model. We find that, in contrast to Covid-19, in France, mortality rates decrease gradually with age for both sexes. Finally, mortality rates decrease for both sexes with thee I will do thee honour, But this dishonour thou art not free. For as my love is dear, so be it thy self, Unless thou permit my love to be torn. O, what false tongue with thee dost thou slander, That thou mayst call me false for slander’s sake, That I should think it untrue of thee to kill me, and that the age-adjusted estimate of deaths by age for COVID-19 is 1.8 times higher for females and the 1.2 times higher for males than females.

Example # 2

Participants were admitted to ICU and hospital for 5 days and underwent surgical ventilation in, intensive care unit (ICU). All the wives who took part in the study and those who went away wore the night with them. ‘No,’ quoth she, ‘though in dreams the world is troubled, That every part of thee doth still make me awake, I still wake to behold thy dark hand; Yet for thy sight do I see thy face, But as I myself behold thee so much troubled, mortality was assessed for COVID-19, age, sex, smoking, alcohol use and lung function (in the lung).

Example # 3

What are the biggest flaws in natural selection theory?
One of the most obvious, and quite counter-intuitive things about natural selection, is that it does not really explain the origin of species.
For example, it can’t really explain why some species went extinct – this was one of the most common criticisms of Darwin’s theory of evolution in the first years of its use in the late nineteenth century.
In recent years, biologists have been struggling to explain why certain species are still around, rather than going extinct.
Evolutionists have also been struggling to explain how different species diverged from each other, such as at the moment of origin.

Example # 4

If that sounds fun, check out The Last of Us, The Walking Dead or The Wolf Among Us – a list that goes on for a while.
I’m also curious about the genre of the game. Is this a true first person adventure, or a stealth game, or a hack and slash, or what? Is there more to it than I’m imagining? Well, all of these things could happen, so I’ve been focusing on the genre of gameplay instead of the genre of story and characters. While the actual story and characters are more important, I do tend to focus a bit on the gameplay to balance things out.
For example, I started by thinking, How do you put yourself in the game? A lot of times, I get this feeling when playing a lot of adventure games.
And so, I thought about who would be in the game – for instance, how many people would be in the room with you, or who are your friends, or who has the guns or whatever.
And I just started thinking about it. And it just came out in the end that the whole thing, at some point, would be about me, and the choices I would be making.
And I also realized that this is probably not a first person story. But I want to keep the world a little bit larger than some other games.
My previous game was designed to be a world that I would explore for the first time, so that’s why it’s about the past.
But my last game, The Last of Us, is a much darker, more depressing story, and I want it to be more mature than the first game was. The Last of Us is more like a horror game. And a lot of the game’s story came from my desire to make this a mature story.
How’s it going on the technical side of things? What’s the framerate like? Is it good enough?
Does it seem playable or does it give you this sort of “Oh, this is all just my game and everything is fine?”

Example # 5

A key component of any comprehensive theory of evolutionary history is the explanation of the origin of life.
The question of how life originated has been the central topic in modern biology.
As the theory of evolution explains, the chemical mechanisms by which a vast variety of complex molecules arose from simpler ones was a process involving a great number of interacting molecules and their interactions with each other, among other things.
How did life begin? The theory of evolution states that life came from simple, ancestral molecules called ‘prebiotic’ molecules. These precursors of more complex, living substances were able to take on the characteristics of living forms. This is important because if these precursors of life were of the right kind, such as organic molecules, they should contain the same kinds of chemistry and have the right characteristics for being the building blocks for life as they are today. But life’s origin was a bit different than this because prebiotic molecules can vary widely in many different ways. For instance, one kind of prebiotic molecule might not be able to combine with another kind of prebiotic molecule very well, which means that prebiotic molecules that came into contact with each other would have different properties. Such ‘arbitrary’ differences in the chemical structure of prebiotic molecules would not create life’s building blocks, however.
To explain the origin of life, we must come up with a theory that accounts for this different quality of prebiotic molecules
(some are better than others for being able to combine), as well as the differences in some prebiotic molecules (such as their electrical charge)
that would lead to the production of life, and the differences between prebiotic molecules from the same kind of prebiotic molecule.
This process of chemical evolution is called natural selection.
This is the subject of modern molecular evolution science.
Modern scientists study prebiotic molecules based on different types of chemical analysis,
such as chemical reactivity and particle size analysis and analysis of the chemical structure.
They also use computational methods to explain how these particles changed and eventually, how new properties of the prebiotic molecules led to life.
Modern life (or “life”) consists of very simple cells. If all the molecules that compose life were identical, such as simple sugars, then life’s origin would be easy. The basic components of life — amino acids, carbon-based sugars, and so on — would have existed since the Big Bang. A single gene, and so forth, could be duplicated and mutated, producing many different living species — including us.
That’s because molecules (and life) are composed of atoms and subatomic particles.
This is why you cannot have a life without the right atoms and their subatomic particles.