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I did originally write: "PS: (command line - wondering if anyone has created a web interface already. Probably. If not, I might take a stab at it?)

But then I didn't want anyone to feel left out. So changed "I" to "Anyone".

I mostly write programs (or try anyway) for one of two reasons. Either because it seems like fun or it is something required to save humanity from self destruction

In the late 80's and early 90's I was involved in the development of the World Wide Web because I believed it would reduce paper consumption and, in time, slow, or even reverse the rapid destruction of old growth forests being clear-cut all over the world, at the time, largely, just to supply Newsprint.

Any programs I've ever written have been General Public License, which is also why I write programs in Perl.

In this case I don't think an AI Bot is going to save the world, so this would be just for fun.

Tom


In reply to Re^5: Artificial Intelligence experiment by PerlGuy(Tom)
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