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The robot that writes POETRY

Using word suggestions generated by the algorithm, SwiftKey's Nathan Matias, based in the UK, was able to compose a new sonnet in the style of the famous bard.

    The robot that writes #poetry: Machine helps compose sonnets after ‘studying’ Shakespeare's work

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