For many centuries, mankind has been trying to discover how to write for me. The first recorded effort to create such a thing can be viewed as far back as the Egyptian Papyrus, sometime around 3000 B.C.. It details the method by which snakes give voice through their teeth, similar to birds do. More recently, though, computers are trying to address the problem for us. A brand new artificially intelligent computer program named Dragonram has made it possible to create an artificial intelligence system which learns from past mistakes and then makes future mistakes by having to repeat the process it’s only done.

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