Google’s AI Predicts the Next Sentence of Dead Authors

Google has developed an artificial intelligence system capable of determining the personality traits of dead authors and predicting what they would write next. The Natural Language Understanding research group, led by artificial intelligence pioneer Ray Kurzweil, built software able to understand natural language beyond just the definitions of words and rules of grammar. The system developed aims to give computers context, as well as an understanding of the writer’s personality and language patterns, in order to interpret language in a similar way to humans. Try Newsweek: Subscription offers “One way to explore this research is to build a system capable of sentence prediction,” Google researchers Marc Pickett, Chris Tar and Brian Strope, wrote in a post on Google’s blog. “Can we build a system that can, given a sentence from…


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