AI and Robot Writers
Here are the latest posts about AI and Robot Writers on Writers Write:
OpenAI Group Won't Release Dangerous AI Text Generator (2019-03-27): OpenAI Group created a powerful AI text generator and then warned the public that it is too dangerous to be released.
The Algorithm That Predicts Whether a Novel Will Be a Bestseller (2016-07-11): Jodie Archer and Matt Jockers have created an algorithm to determine if a novel will be a bestseller. They claim a successful prediction rate of 80%.
Google's AI Writes Poetry After Reading Thousands of Romance Novels (2016-05-19): Google's AI has written several poems after reading thousands of romance novels.
Robots Writing Over 1,000 Stories Per Month for the Associated Press (2015-01-31): Over 1,000 stories per month are being written by computers for the Associated Press. These stories tend by droll financial articles.
TransProse Algorithm Turns Literature into Music (2014-05-19): An algorithm, named TransProse, turns literature into music. The program translates the basic emotions of the novel into a musical piece.
Forbes Goes to the Dark Side: Uses Artificial Intelligence Software to Write Earnings Previews (2012-02-25): Forbes magazine has gone to the dark side.
Computer Programs Are Already Being Used to Write Sports News (2011-09-12): The weak economy and downward spiral of the newspaper and print magazine industry have been very tough on journalists.
I Write Like Site Tells You Which Famous Author You Write Like (2010-07-16): The I Write Like site from Coding Robots analyzes your writing and tells you which famous writer you write like.
Software Programs Attempt to Analyze the Emotion in Our Writing (2009-05-09): New Scientist has an interesting article about how the latest software aims to analyze the emotion in our onlnie writing, including our blog posts and tweets.
Computers to Judge Writing Skills of Humans (2005-05-11): A new technology which allows student essays to be graded by a computer.
Computers to Replace Novelists? (2004-11-22): So far writers have had it pretty easy in the digital age.