Google’s AI Has Read Enough Romance Novels To Write One On Its Own

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Google’s AI Has Read Enough Romance Novels To Write One On Its Own

Google’s AI Has Read Enough Romance Novels To Write One On Its Own by Abhimanyu Ghoshal, The Next Web

 

After going through the massive trove of novels, the engine was tasked with writing sentences of its own based on what it had learned. It then compared its own work with text from books it had read, so as to continually improve its ability to generate better sentences.

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According to Dai, the engine could theoretically write an entire romance novel by itself.

 

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Google’s AI Has Read Enough Romance Novels To Write One On Its Own

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