- The artificial intelligence tool read all the books of Harry Potter and automatically generated a Harry Potter New Chapter written by the authors from what they found out.
- The output text was mostly raw and incomprehensible, so several authors intervened to make it understandable.
- The letter is mostly strange and borderline comical, but the machine managed to partially reproduce the original writer JK Rowling’s letter style. Read More: 101 Books to Read Before You Grow Up
Harry Potter New Chapter – Harry Potter and the Portrait of What Looked Like a Large Pile of Ash
In the story of Harry Potter’s here is a new part, which is not written by the its real author, J.K. Rowling. Instead, the (AI) artificial intelligence algorithm did the hard work, first reported by The Verge. Read More: Watch Jenna Bush Hager and Barbara Bush Read Their Letter to Sasha and Malia Obama
People at Botnik’s studios downloaded the computer’s algorithmic tool with all the original Harry Potter saga novels, and in turn he created a three-page chapter Harry Potter New Chapter Called “Harry Potter and the Portrait of What Looked Like a Large Pile of Ash.”
Artificial intelligence pushed out the bulk of the text, but to turn it from your typical carpet bag with the predictive text into something really understandable, There are a lot number of writers involved.
— Botnik Studios (@botnikstudios) December 12, 2017
Chief among them is Jamie Brew, the former writer of The Onion and Clickhole, who has already worked on similar automatic text predictions on Tumblr, where his object dreams page includes a process-generated, fictional work on X-Files, grammar rules and even Craigslist Ads.
With his work and with other writers, “Harry Potter and the Portrait of What Looked Like a Large Pile of Ash” was guessed to be grammatically correct and understandable, but the actual content is just as strange as the name suggests – such things as “WOMEN FOR WOMEN” being the password of the door.
But it gets even better: “The pig of Hufflepuff pulsed like a large bullfrog,” says one passage. Dumbledore smiled at him and put his hand on his head: “Now you are Hagrid.”
The letter is just as strange as it is fun, and it can cost a few minutes of your time; if you agree, you can read the entire chapter here.