Tag Archives: python
I constantly find myself in a situation, like developing the Music Suggestions Ninja, where I need to have the user enter a string and find the best match for that string from a list of strings. Here’s the code to do it!
A small synopsis of my journey through developing a web app to recommend and generate music playlists. Read about the encountered problems and their solutions.
This is a simple, but useful, example of how you can take advantage of all the old computers you have laying around. Ever want to make a homemade supercomputer? This is the start.
You can grab the html of a website, but what if you are only interested in a small part of the content of the website? Use a sieve!
This is a story of how an artificial intelligence I designed to be able to pass a Turing Test for poetry.
Instructions on how to put together a simple motion detection appartus using an infrared sensor and radio frequency communications.
Where does a AI get its knowledge? From the internet! Here I show how to connect up to Wikipedia and WolframAlpha to have access to incredible amounts of knowledge!
Update 02/12/2014: I made a slightly better version using graphics that implement a little bit of the actual mouth movements (see here for code): So for a face, I thought I would try making some sort of realtime voice animating system. I made a very very simple one in python. Here is an example of […]
This part is actually very easy – there is a fantastic API already available that does the job. Use this API and then all that needs to be done for the AI program is creating a function that feeds in the query to the robot and gets the response: In this example I use CLEVERBOT […]
Once again, this will be short and sweet. The code here is the most simple, it does not save any of the processed images. If people are interested in that I can post code that will save images of the faces with their features labeled, but I am excluding that now for clarity. Here is […]