Patrick House

Patrick House is a neuroscientist and writer. His nonfiction writing has appeared in Slate and The New Yorker online. He is currently a fellow at the Allen Institute for Brain Science, in Seattle, Washington.


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I, Language Robot

Hired to write stories alongside an AI writing bot, neuroscientist Patrick House reflects on how the bot can — and can’t — write the same story that he can....

I, Language Robot
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