Google’s artificial intelligence writes miserable poetry

When compiling a list of the great poetic bastions of misery, Eliot, Byron and Keats are more likely to spring to mind than the musing of an algorithm. But Google’s artificial intelligence project has proven itself a worthy mournful adversary by bashing out some macabre musings capable of clouding over even the sunniest day. You need to talk to me now. But you need to talk to me nowGoogle, poet laureate Engineers fed the model’s neural network thousands of novels to teach it the art of conversation, and then asked it to generate poetry after being fed two sentences from each title. Showcasing how it is just as capable of conjuring up bleak imagery as humans, the AI penned a series of dreary poems, including the below. amazing , is n’t it ? so , what is it ?…


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