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AI ushers in a new age of high-tech entertainment

By He Wei in Shanghai | China Daily | Updated: 2019-09-11 07:22

Roses are red/Violets are blue/Sugar is sweet/And so is... artificial intelligence?

Poetry enthusiasts might want to think twice about shedding tears over romantic verses, given that they can be produced by machines using algorithms.

The fact that Microsoft's chatbot Xiaoice has published an anthology of poems takes many people aback. But the avatar is making strides using new AI capabilities to create patterns based on words, themes and key colors.

AI ushers in a new age of high-tech entertainment

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