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The New Scientist

December 10, 2012

The New Scientist has an article about a storytelling program, written by CS professor Ladislau Bölöni, The program has the ability to digest stories (such as “Little Red Riding-Hood”) and tell a story about what will happen by predicting events and associating them with memories. The article says that the program: “demonstrates a first step towards computers that can invent stories. It also signals a new approach to designing a more human-like artificial intelligence.” A paper with more details is available at

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