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When artificial intelligence names cookies, you're in for a real treat.
Ever wondered what would happen if you sent recipes for 1,228 types of cookies to a neural network, then asked it to give the cookies better names?
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Researcher Janelle Shane did just that. In her latest experiment with artificial intelligence, she trained a machine-learning system to create new names for cookies.
"One neural network I use, called textgenrnn, tries its best to imitate any kind of text you give it," Shane explained in her blog on Dec. 7. "The problem is that it doesn't know what any of these words mean -- it's just picking...
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