Computer stories: AI is beginning to assist novelists
from The New York Times
Robin Sloan has a collaborator on his new novel: a computer. The idea that a novelist is someone struggling alone in a room, equipped with nothing more than determination and inspiration, could soon be obsolete. Sloan is writing his book with the help of home-brewed software that finishes his sentences with the push of a tab key. It's probably too early to add "novelist" to the long list of jobs that artificial intelligence will eliminate. But if you watch Sloan at work, it is quickly clear that programming is on the verge of redefining creativity.
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