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This neural network wants to be your Valentine… we think

Research scientist Janelle Shane came up with a novel way to woo your tech-savvy partner this Valentine’s Day. Shane collected all the phrases from the popular Valentine’s heart candy — the one with messages like “Love You” or “Be Mine” — and fed them into a machine learning algorithm. The algorithm strips the word of meaning — it really only understands characters, not context — and begins to spot patterns in the dataset.
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