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When AI Invents Its Own Language—Will We Be In Trouble?

Writer’s Relief learned that programmers and scientists at Facebook recently shut down an experiment in artificial intelligence because of something we take for granted every day: the ability to create and change language. The computers apparently decided English was inefficient and slow—and so they began to construct a new, cleaner language to communicate: “Some wonderful… Continue Reading

5 Must-Read Books For This Autumn | Writer’s Relief

 Autumn arrives this month, and the temperature is getting cooler—it’s the perfect weather for curling up with a cozy blanket, a cup of hot cider, and a great book! From powerful prize-winning fiction to hilarious celebrity memoirs to books that have film adaptations being released soon, here are five books that we here at Writer’s… Continue Reading

Why Kids Today “Can’t Write” | Writer’s Relief

Though it seems every generation bemoans the failings of younger generations, some English teachers are particularly concerned about today’s students’ abilities to convey their thoughts. Writer’s Relief has learned that according to the National Assessment of Education Progress, three-quarters of 8th and 12th graders lack basic writing proficiency. What to do? Here’s what one teacher… Continue Reading

Paths To Publishing: 7 Modern Ways To Get A Book Published | Writer’s Relief

In the “old” days of book publishing, there was really only one way to get a book published to reach large audiences. But now, there are so many paths to publishing a book that the choices can be dizzying. Here’s an overview of your book publishing options! Writer’s Relief Helps You Choose Your Path In… Continue Reading

Regarding Regard And Regards: Using These Words Correctly

You may have noticed some people using regard and regards interchangeably—and it makes your inner grammar geek shriek as you clutch your well-worn copy of Elements of Style. Then there’s the common confusion about when to use in regard to, in regards to, or as regards. While these phrases are often pooh-poohed as overly formal… Continue Reading

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