Artificial intelligence is learning not to be so literal

Machines that pick up on subtext and sayings could better understand humans

Artificial intelligence

CATCH MY DRIFT  Artificial intelligence that can pick up on subtext and figures of speech could better understand users than strictly literal-minded AI.


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