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Disney Research taught AI how to judge short stories

[R]esearchers at Disney and the University of Massachusetts Boston have been working on neural networks that can evaluate short stories. While these AIs don’t (yet) analyze story like a professional literary critic, the software tries to predict which stories will be most popular. “Our neural networks had some success in predicting the popularity of stories,” said Disney Research scientist Boyang “Albert” Li in a statement. “You can’t yet use them to pick out winners for your local writing competition, but they can be used to guide future research.”

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