This Google AI Can Turn You Into A Skillful Poet In Matter Of Seconds

Aadhya Khatri - Nov 24, 2020


This Google AI Can Turn You Into A Skillful Poet In Matter Of Seconds

If you have ever dreamt of being a poet but doesn’t have what it takes to be one, Verse by Verse, a new tool from Google might be the missing piece you need

If you have ever dreamt of being a poet but doesn’t have what it takes to be one, Verse by Verse, a new tool from Google might be the missing piece you need.

The search engine giant is testing its AI to help you produce verses in the style of the U.S’s most famous wordsmiths.

Users can choose a maximum of three poets as inspiration. The list includes household names like Edgar Allen Poe, Emily Dickinson, and Walt Whitman. Once you have had your inspiration and poem structure, the tool will ask you to fill in the first line, next, it will suggest options.

Edgar Allen Poe
Edgar Allen Poe

Verse by Verse can only provide you with options. It doesn’t limit your choice. You can feel free to tweak, ignore, or accept the options. The tool isn’t supposed to write a poem for you, only suggests what it thinks suitable. However, if you feel like it, you can let Google tool does the whole job for you.

Google Verse By Verse
Verse by Verse can only provide you with options. It doesn’t limit your choice

The tool was built with a huge collection of famous poets’ work. Google engineers then use individual poet’s poems to fine-tune them, in the hope to imitate their style.

According to Dave Uthus, one of the project’s engineers, the AI is trained to decide which verse is best after a particular verse, so even when users write about uncommon topics, it will try its best to provide relevant suggestions.

Verse by Verse does a decent job helping users following famous poets’ styles. However, you will sometimes see unhelpful suggestions.

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