Finding the poet in the machine: AI-generated haiku

Aesthetic evaluation of AI-generated versus human haiku poetry points to the potential for human-AI collaboration in literary art. Credit: KyotoU/Jake Tobiyama

Can artificial intelligence write better poetry than humans?

The gap between human creativity and artificial intelligence seems to be narrowing. Previous studies have compared AI-generated versus human-written poems and whether people can distinguish between them.
Now, a study led by Yoshiyuki Ueda at Kyoto University Institute for the Future of Human and Society, has shown AI’s potential in creating literary art such as haiku—the shortest poetic form in the world—rivaling that of humans without human help.


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