Can This Tool Predict Your Next Facebook Status?

Waxman, Olivia B.
November 2013
Time.com;11/14/2013, p1
The article focuses on What Would I Say?, a website created at the computer hacker conference HackPrinceton 2013, which generates statuses on the online social network Facebook from previous content posted on the site.


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