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RE: Was this post WRITTEN BY MACHINE? New Harvard AI Can Recognize That

in #technology2 years ago

Hi @neavvy,

I wrote some stuff for a few clients covering AI and its application to story telling. One of the most fascinating ventures I found was by Disney. They sought to develop a streamlined AI that can search the Internet and discern between text that satisfies the criteria for a story. Some of the criteria used were plot, main and supporting characters.

As far as your question, I would say that the AI would tend to identify the most technically proficient, but least creative of English writers as AI. My rational is that AI programing being based on Websters and Oxford dictionaries. Logistical applications to defined language would yield such a result.

An interesting topic indeed and one that could one day have us all communicating through an AI-constructed Internet tollbooth.

God bless,

Marco

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Thank you for your comment dear @machnbirdsparo. I really appreciate it a lot. I'm sorry for such a late reply, but I were on holidays and had very limited access to Internet.

They sought to develop a streamlined AI that can search the Internet and discern between text that satisfies the criteria for a story.

Wow, I would never come up with such application of AI. I'm curious how efficient such solution was.

My rational is that AI programing being based on Websters and Oxford dictionaries. Logistical applications to defined language would yield such a result.

Indeed, that may be the case

At the time I investigated this for a client (year ago or so) there were issues, but the company was committed and did make some progress. I also saw it as a piece of the AI puzzle, not a foreseen stand alone venture.