Gaguing interest/ seeking help for a long term implementation of Anki along side NLP language models to revolutionize second language aquisition

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  • AnnA_Anki_neuronal_Appendix

    Using machine learning on your anki collection to enhance the scheduling via semantic clustering and semantic similarity

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  • autocards

    Discontinued Accelerating learning through machine-generated flashcards.

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