The Chinese book of poems, titled The Sunlight That Lost The Glass Window, written by Microsoft’s AI bot Xiaoice. Photo: HandoutThe Chinese book of poems, titled The Sunlight That Lost The Glass Window, written by Microsoft’s AI bot Xiaoice. Photo: Handout
The Chinese book of poems, titled The Sunlight That Lost The Glass Window, written by Microsoft’s AI bot Xiaoice. Photo: Handout

Roses are red, violets are blue; does AI poetry do it for you?

China’s literary circle divided over value of poems created by artificial intelligence

Topic |   Future tech
The Chinese book of poems, titled The Sunlight That Lost The Glass Window, written by Microsoft’s AI bot Xiaoice. Photo: HandoutThe Chinese book of poems, titled The Sunlight That Lost The Glass Window, written by Microsoft’s AI bot Xiaoice. Photo: Handout
The Chinese book of poems, titled The Sunlight That Lost The Glass Window, written by Microsoft’s AI bot Xiaoice. Photo: Handout
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