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Can computers write poetry? Could they replace poets?

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See Was This Poem Written by a Computer or Human? Put your bot-sniffing skills to the test, and see how you do by Hailey Reissman. Excerpts:"In 2013, Australian grad student Oscar Schwartz and his friend Benjamin Laird created a website called bot or not. On the site, you’re presented with a poem and you have to guess whether it was written by a human or computer.""some poems in the bot or not database have fooled 65 percent of human readers"The article has some examples of poems by both humans and computers and you can test yourself. In my macroeconomics class, we talk about the types of unemployment. Here is one of them:Structural-unemployment caused by a mismatch between the skills of job seekers and the requirements of available jobs. One example of this is when you are replaced by a

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See Was This Poem Written by a Computer or Human? Put your bot-sniffing skills to the test, and see how you do by Hailey Reissman. Excerpts:

"In 2013, Australian grad student Oscar Schwartz and his friend Benjamin Laird created a website called bot or not. On the site, you’re presented with a poem and you have to guess whether it was written by a human or computer."

"some poems in the bot or not database have fooled 65 percent of human readers"

The article has some examples of poems by both humans and computers and you can test yourself.

In my macroeconomics class, we talk about the types of unemployment. Here is one of them:

Structural-unemployment caused by a mismatch between the skills of job seekers and the requirements of available jobs. One example of this is when you are replaced by a machine.

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