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We taught an AI system to impersonate Shakespeare and Oscar Wilde – here’s what happened

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Can AI do Shakespeare better than the bard himself? Image: Unsplash/Taha

Dr Alex Connock
Fellow, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford
Professor Andrew Stephen
L’Oréal Professor of Marketing & Associate Dean of Research, University of Oxford
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