Say Anything: Using Textual Case-Based Reasoning to Enable Open-Domain Interactive Storytelling

@article{Swanson2012SayAU,
  title={Say Anything: Using Textual Case-Based Reasoning to Enable Open-Domain Interactive Storytelling},
  author={Reid Swanson and Andrew S. Gordon},
  journal={TiiS},
  year={2012},
  volume={2},
  pages={16:1-16:35}
}
We describe Say Anything, a new interactive storytelling system that collaboratively writes textual narratives with human users. Unlike previous attempts, this interactive storytelling system places no restrictions on the content or direction of the user’s contribution to the emerging storyline. In response to these contributions, the computer continues the storyline with narration that is both coherent and entertaining. This capacity for open-domain interactive storytelling is enabled by an… CONTINUE READING
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