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Google swallows 11,000 novels to improve AI's conversation

Topic: Libraries As writers learn that tech giant has processed their work without permission, the Authors Guild condemns ‘blatantly commercial use of expressive authorship’ From Google swallows 11,000 novels to improve AI's conversation | Books | The Guardian Tweet
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