How AI is writing books and music, but won’t be replacing humans any time soon

//How AI is writing books and music, but won’t be replacing humans any time soon

How AI is writing books and music, but won’t be replacing humans any time soon

In Fear Machine, published in February, Chinese sci-fi writer Stanley Chen Qiufan used artificial intelligence – in the form of a text generator – to create some of the dialogue. Though none of the machine-generated content introduced new ideas to the short story, or took Chen’s narrative in a new direction, the voice and style behind the words were uncannily similar to those of the author.Chen, 37, says the AI prototype, developed by investment firm Sinovation Ventures, has been programmed…

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