"Could robots ever be trusted to write original novels, histories, scientific papers and sonnets?"
October 16, 2011 6:47 AM Subscribe
Do Androids Dream of Electric Authors? [NYTimes.com] "So who was Lambert M. Surhone? Just looking at the numbers, you could argue that he’s one of the most prolific creators of literature who ever lived. But was he even human? There are now software programs — robots, if you will — that can gather text and organize it into a book. Surhone might be one of them."
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