Author: Milton Laufer

Milton Läufer is an Argentinian writer, journalist, and teacher. He has published articles and short stories in Esquire, Vice, Guernica, CIA Revista, and Otra Parte, among other publications. Currently he is a PhD candidate at New York University, focusing on digital literature in Latin America. He was the 2016-2017 writer-in-residence of The Trope Tank, MIT. In 2015 he published Lagunas, a partially algorithmic- generated novel, which—as most of his work—is available online. He has participated in art exhibitions in Latin America, the US, and Europe. He lives in Brooklyn.

A Noise Such as a Man Might Make: A Novel
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A Noise Such as a Man Might Make: A Novel

Counterpath Press

Fiction. Artificial Intelligence. Based on two iconic American novels, A NOISE SUCH AS A MAN MIGHT MAKE is a computer conflation using a well-known algorithm that has been applied to language since the middle of the twentieth century. The two source...

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