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Google Is Using Romance Novels To Build Artificial Intelligence

When robots take over the world, they may end up spouting the kind of quick-paced dialogue that makes Romance novels and thrillers the most popular genres among readers. The Guardian reports that Google has “swallowed” thousands of books to create artificial intelligence, including thrillers, romance novels, and other genres. Forster’s thriller is just one of 11,000 […]
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