This Article Was Fully Composed On Google's New Automatic Writing System

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From now on, instead of using the usual two dozen baboons to randomly write Gizmodo's articles, I am going to use Google Scribe, a new Google Labs application that suggests the next word or group of words as you write.

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In fact, this whole article was fully composed in Google Scribe. It saved quite a bit of typing. What is more: The sentence on the image above was fully composed by Google Scribe itself, after I typed the first letter. I only kept choosing options at random until it was done.

Illustration for article titled This Article Was Fully Composed On Google's New Automatic Writing System

This is going to be such fun. Soon, the Internet will write and read itself with no human intervention whatsoever.

Good. [Google Scribe]

Baboon photo from ShutterStock

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moonshadowkati
Moonshadow Kati aka Lady Locksmith

From "Yo Dawg"

"Yo dawg I heard your head hurts & wanted to offer you the best of them all is their Eroica, a slightly different way of thinking."

Considering it followed "Yo dawg" with "I heard", it seems aware of internet memes!

Update: "All your base are belong to us or anyone else who has anything to do with them."