The Algorithm That Could Take Us Inside Shakespeare's Mind
5 days ago - By NY Times
Machine learning programs have recently made huge advances. Stephen Marche tested one against Shakespeare's collected works, to see if it could help him figure out which of the several versions of Hamlet's soliloquy was most likely what the playwright intended.
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