Stanford Researchers Trained a Neural Network to Make These Memes

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Artificial intelligence can do some remarkable things, from driving cars to improving breast cancer diagnosis. And now it can make memes.

Abel Peirson and Meltem Tolunay, two researchers at Stanford University, recently posted a paper to the arXiv preprint server detailing a new machine learning model they created that’s capable of creating pretty convincing memes:

Peirson and Tolunay trained their machine learning algorithm with a dataset of more than 400 types of memes with multiple captions that they

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