Poem #3: Avalanche of Stars
Nov 12, 2019
Machine learning researcher
An Avalanche of Stars is a short poem written in the C programming language that generates ASCII art mountainscapes. The cartoonish simplicity of the ASCII art, perhaps surprisingly, echoes the emotions of the complex natural world.
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