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Inderjeet Mani

Inderjeet Mani is a computational linguist, currently dividing his time between the US, Thailand, and India. He is a retired former associate professor of linguistics at Georgetown University, and also formerly a principal scientist and senior director at Yahoo Labs. His books include The Imagined Moment (2010) and Computational Modeling of Narrative (2012), and he has also published numerous papers and short stories.

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Essay/
Stories and literature
When robots read books

Artificial intelligence sheds new light on classic texts. Literary theorists who don’t embrace it face obsolescence

Inderjeet Mani

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