The rise of robo-writers
from The Week
It sounds like the start of a bad joke: How can you tell the difference between what a human wrote and what a robot wrote? The punchline isn't particularly funny: You might not be able to. Robo-writing systems are rapidly edging their way into journalism. As of September 2017,
The Washington Post
had relied on its artificial intelligence to generate an astounding 850 pieces of content over the previous year.
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