Google has trained its AI to write creepy short stories

Reuters/Philippe WojazerRobots write fiction now. Google is training its deep learning technology to come up with “rather dramatic” short stories based on sentences that researchers give it. Quartz spotted a paper published by Google researchers that includes examples of the work produced by Google Brain. It works using a type of artificial intelligence that examines existing works of fiction and uses that knowledge to come up with new examples. In order to teach its AI how to come up with new sentences, Quartz reports that Google provided it with 11,000 unpublished books. Researchers gave Google Brain a start sentence and an end sentence and left it to fill in the lines in between. Here, via Quartz, are some of the creepy examples that it came up with: no. he said. “no,”…

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