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Irony machine: why are AI researchers teaching computers to recognise irony?

By Charles Barbour, Senior Lecturer, School of Humanities and Communication Arts, Western Sydney University
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Irony is linked to the ability to say one thing while thinking another – which means it’s also intrinsic to being human. What does new research into artificial intelligence and irony reveal?The Conversation

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