Google teaching its AI to predict next sentences of famous dead authors

Google is working on developing smarter AI (artificial intelligence) systems which will be able to understand natural language based on connotation and personality traits of the speaker. The tech giant is currently teaching its AI to recognise and predict the works of famous dead authors. Google researchers aim to develop AI systems that will understand natural language “at a deeper level”, the same way that humans do, by providing it with a conversational context and the behaviour and language patterns of famous dead authors like William Shakespeare, Mark Twain, Walt Whitman, W.B. Yeats, Oscar Wilde and many more. “In addition to being fun and interesting, this work has the potential to enrich products through personalization. For example, it could help provide more personalized response options for the recently introduced Smart…


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