—An erasure of Dubois, D.M. (2008). New trends in computing anticipatory systems: Emergence of artificial conscious intelligence with machine learning natural language. AIP Conference Proceedings, 1051(1), 25-32. A memory of past values: We shall allow M and S to be coupled. We shall restrict ourselves—we cannot control any errors. It could provoke. This is a drastic condition. Purely, fully anticipatory… Read more →
Barbara Duffey is the author of the full-length collection I Might Be Mistaken (Word Poetry, forthcoming 2015) and the chapbooks The Circus of Forgetting (dancing girl press, 2013), and The Verge of Thirst (South Dakota State Poetry Society, 2013). A recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts Creative Writing Fellowship in poetry, she is an assistant professor of English at Dakota Wesleyan University. Her poetry has been published in such venues as Prairie Schooner, Western Humanities Review, and Best New Poets 2009, and her prose in CutBank and The Collagist. She lives in Mitchell, SD, with her husband and son.