How (and why) Microsoft is making its AI study Romeo and Juliet

Tom Wright
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How (and why) Microsoft is making its AI study Romeo and Juliet

Did Romeo actually suffer more emotionally than Juliet? Microsoft's AI thinks so, but it's not a fan of Hamlet

As Cindy Rose pointed out on stage at Future Decoded today, artificial intelligence (AI) is already a part of our everyday lives - often working beneath the surface where we cannot see it. But what...

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