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  • autocards

    Discontinued Accelerating learning through machine-generated flashcards.

    Hm, another thing I noticed is that because of the question answering check (step 3), it might be useful to feed individual paragraphs in the thing. This way, the question answering check has a better chance of succeeding, because it won't find answers in other places and invalidate the flashcard candidate.

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  • autoanki

    Impressive work! related to this : https://github.com/lthiet/autoanki

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