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These are stories from other writers that I have edited.


Artificial intelligence is getting chatty, but still hasn’t perfected the gift of gab

NASW — March 16, 2021

By Shi En Kim

It’s one thing to be able to talk; but it’s another to converse. And artificial intelligence (AI) has yet to check off the latter. Even with tremendous progress over the last years, the technology still hasn’t achieved the level of naturalness that would make you want to trade your best friend or favorite coworker for a smart virtual assistant.

How a forgotten plant of Mexico’s tropical forests revolutionised life for women

Botany One — March 8, 2021

By Lorena Villanueva-Almanza 

A plant native to the tropical forests of Mexico was essential for the development of the contraceptive pill.

En español

Editing: News
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