Are secret love letters really anonymous?

Imagine a computer that can identify if a piece of text was actually written by Shakespeare. Or recognize whether it was written by a man or a woman. Perhaps it could even give an exact profile of an abductor that left a letter with instructions. Malvina Nissim explains how you can use artificial intelligence to identify people based on words.

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Prof. dr. Malvina Nissim

Computational linguist at University of Groningen

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