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Computer Programmed To Write Its Own Fables

Posted at 6:23AM Thursday 07 Aug 2014

More than 2,000 years after Aesop warned his listeners in ancient Greece about the dangers of greed and pride via the medium of geese, foxes and crows, researchers in Australia have developed a computer program which writes its own fables, complete with moral.

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