When the pandemic started, I spent a lot of time playing around with a software platform called GPT-3, which generates...
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Technology experts think the day will soon come when A.I. does a lot of our writing for us. But can A.I. actually replicate creative writing with human-like skill? Let’s test it to find out.
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In pop culture, serial killers like Ted Bundy are often cunning geniuses. In real life, though, it’s increasingly clear that many of these murderous maniacs are morons.
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Theodore Roosevelt not only loved hiking, camping, and shooting big animals, but also writing about those experiences. However, hearing about Bigfoot seems to have spooked him.