AI Writes 9th ‘Harry Potter’ Book And It Makes No Sense

If J.K. Rowling was ever concerned that artificial intelligence could do her job for her, she let out a sigh of relief this week. A fan of the Harry Potter series in San Francisco had an artificial intelligence computer algorithm write a few chapters for the iconic series, after teaching the computer to read earlier novels. The results are far from ideal. Max Deutsch, a product manager at Intuit, trained a a Long Short Term Memory (LSTM) Recurrent Neural Network computer by teaching it to read the first four Harry Potter novels. A LSTM computer is trained to notice patterns (say, in genomes or handwriting), which makes it a great test subject for writing patterns. “I’ve been experimenting with deep learning over the past few weeks, and the Harry Potter…

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