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Interesting story and presentation at Wired, where Stephen Marche 'enlisted software to tell him how to optimize his tale', and shows and explains: What Happens When an Algorithm Helps Write Science Fiction. Nice to see that Wired had two unsuspecting publishing professionals -- Random House editor in chief Andy Ward and The New Yorker's Deborah Treisman -- assess the resulting piece (scroll down to the bottom of the page).
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