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AI Writes Shakespearean Plays
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AI Writes Shakespearean Plays

Last Updated on July 20, 2023 by Editorial Team

Author(s): Andre Ye

Originally published on Towards AI.

Train a Recurrent Neural Network to imitate Shakespeare

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FLORIZEL: Should she kneel be? In shall not weep received; unleased me And unrespective greeting than dwell in, thee, look’d on me, son in heavenly properly.

Who wrote that, Shakespeare or a machine learning model?

You wouldn’t be blamed if you answered the former! The above passage is a product of a Recurrent Neural Network trained with TensorFlow, after being trained for 30 epochs and given a seed of ‘FLORIZEL:.’ In this article, I’ll explain and give code for how you can train a machine neural network to write Shakespearian plays or anything else you… Read the full blog for free on Medium.

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