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New AI ‘Emma Identity’ Detects Distinct Writing Styles

Earlier this year a new AI application was released to the public that is able to read text and define an author’s style. Called Emma Identity, the software combines natural language processing (NLP) and machine learning with the techniques of stylometry (the study of linguistic style). Given enough information—in this case, at least 5,000 words—Emma

Filed Under: emma identity, writing analysis, data analytics, Google brain, natural language processing, Technology & Culture

Introduction to Artificial Intelligence

Analog Computing Machine in the Fuel Systems Building. This is an early version of the modern computer. The device is located in the Engine Research Building at the Lewis Flight Propulsion Laboratory, now John H. Glenn Research Center, Cleveland Ohio. The first utterance of “artificial intelligence,” as most can tell, came in 1955 by John McCarthy at Dartmouth Conference. That same year, Carnegie  Mellon engineers Allen Newell, J.C. Shaw, and Herbert Simon demonstrated the first running AI program, Logic Theorist. By 1964, Dr. Danny Bobrow proved a computer’s ability to understand natural language and solve

Filed Under: artificial intelligence, history of innovation, Movies and Television, natural language processing, Publishing, robotics, Artificial Intelligence for Business, machine learning

How AI Can Select Better Titles for Novels

How artificial intelligence selects book titles readers are more likely to purchase Have you read Trimalchio in West Egg? Probably. But you know it better by its published name, The Great Gatsby. Did the new title make it a better book? No, but Scribners, the publisher of the 1905 F. Scott Fitzgerald novel, decided their

Filed Under: predictive analytics, book titles, consumer trends, narrative analysis, natural language processing, Publishing