Your link has "gone very wrong". I would wait the suggested half hour
before telling you this, but by then I hope to be asleep.

Andy Mabbett
On Feb 7, 2014 4:42 PM, "Gerard Meijssen" <> wrote:

> Hoi,
> We have often had discussions about generating texts to be used in
> Wikipedia articles. The drawback of articles that are generated in this way
> is that they do not get updated as more information becomes available.
> The data in Wikidata is comparable with the kind of data often used in such
> processes.
> The first kind texts that are generated bu the Reasonator are based on the
> biographic information of a person. As Johann Sebastian Bach is a great
> example of the power of both Wikidata and Reasonator, I invite you to have
> a look [1].
> The text is completely generated based on the information in Wikidata and
> Magnus is very much in the process of iterating this functionality. What I
> hope you will see as a challenge is writing similar functionality for other
> languages.
> What I hope for is that the Wikidata development team will appreciate this
> for what its potential and support it when it is found that additional
> technology is needed.
> Thanks,
>       GerardM
> [1]
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