A robot reads a book during an artificial intelligence demonstration for children in London.Jeff Spicer / Getty Images
There is no good reason for this, but the truth is that titles such as
The Case of the Perjuro Parrot, Elven Revenge
Loving with Open Eyes
really exist: someone, for some reason, has named some of the 60 books whose reviews evaluates the participant of an ongoing study by Guillermo Marco and Julio Gonzalo, researchers from the National University of Distance Education (UNED) in the field of Natural Language Processing, and also a poet, the first, whose objective is to evaluate “the creativity of an intel ...
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