Sometimes the truth is stranger than fiction. I find it interesting to consider the Mueller report as a piece of literature. At the very least it opens up the interpretative nature of it all.
Dustin Miller explains his process for using technology to help analyse the redacted Mueller Report. This involves:
- four optical character recognition libraries to make the text searchable.
- named entity recognition and parts of speech to establish co-references.
- n-grams to identify dates, people, locations and correlations.
The New Yorker asked five designers to design book covers for the Mueller Report in the event that it’s eventually published. Here