Artificial intelligence -powered writing and answering machine GPT-2 is good in some cases

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Artificial intelligence (AI) software technology is a hot development target that is already being applied to many daily tasks. We have heard about self-driving cars, automatic face recognition, simple online customer service duties, and many other tasks where AI is used … Read the Story

Ebook news digest: artificial intelligence in writing, fact-checking for non-fiction, digital media trends

News on ebooks, writing and digital media

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How Artificial Intelligence is Changing Writing

Daily Writing Tips makes a case for six ways AI may change the business of writing. Numbers 3 and 4 are tasks that may quickly gain … Read the Story

Smart computer applications automatically write news, scientific papers and even Harry Potter sequels

Long before the term artificial intelligence (AI) was invented, clever computer programmers tried various methods to automatically produce texts for different purposes. Early attempts have been unsuccessful, but now, technology has developed so much that serious attempts for automating the writing … Read the Story

Google Pixel 2 and Clips cameras have special potential for travel photography

Google has introduced two cameras that will interest travel photographers: the camera in the Google Pixel 2 and 2 XL smartphones, and the unique intelligent camera in the Google Clips product. Both cameras make use of artificial intelligence software technology, setting … Read the Story

Ebook news digest: become a better writer, AI-powered camera, best ereaders of 2017

News on ebooks, writing and photography

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5 Tips for Becoming a Better (and More Consistent) Writer
Inc.

Tips for people who would like to begin to write fiction or nonfiction, but haven’t had any idea how to start.

Wanderlust: The Case for Writing and Travel
Writers … Read the Story

Ebook news digest: ever-important editing, ebooks from grocery store, tools for digital nomads

Ebook news digest October 19, 2016

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As American editors sharpen their pencils, some advice on writing short (Poynter)

We still have great difficulties in understanding how Stieg Larsson’s mega-successful Millennium series books escaped the publishing editor’s wordprocessor. There is a lot of meaningless … Read the Story