This random word generator is absolutely periper


#1

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#2

Can it turn those words into a song?


#3

They all seem perfectly cromulent to me.

ETA just a few words in, I got “molest”. Uncannily English-sounding!


#4

char-rnn, I presume?

You can’t swing a dead Markov-chain without hitting a project wanting to use recurrent neural networks, these days.


#5

Combine with this for NaNoGenMo?


#6

Worked a little too well …


#7

It’s given me burger, berlin, venery and… funtard.


#8

I believe you meant absolute honery.


#9

Random trademarks would be a simpler website, because:

According to government records, the only names not yet trademarked are “Popplers” and “Zittzers”.


#10

There are several char-rnn entries, and at least one also use rnn with images?

I’m not getting into that complicated stuff this year. Again…


#11

Manteroe!


#12

But which venery did it mean? This is from the Oxford English Dictionary. “Funtard”, however, did not show up. Disappointing, OED, very disappointing.


#13

funtard, n.-
venery afficianado


#14

Just look at it!


#15

Arisine! I like it!


#16

I’m not sure how to pronounce this one…


#17

These have great possibilities for a fantasy world. With trepidation, the heroes entered the Fens of Perpier.


#18

“Cannine”.


#19

@the_borderer - can you help with this?


#20

Here’s the code.