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Book Review| March 17 2023
Can the Computer Speak?
Deceitful Media: Artificial Intelligence and Social Life after the Turing Test. By Simone Natale.
Oxford Univ. Press.
191pp. Cloth $99.00; paper $29.95; e-book $19.99.
The Computer’s Voice: From “Star Trek” to Siri. By Liz W. Faber.
Univ. of Minnesota Press.
217pp. Cloth $108.00; paper $27.00; e-book $27.00.
Christopher Grobe is an associate professor and chair of English at Amherst College and author of The Art of Confession (2017). One strain of his current research program concerns how people, techniques, and ideas from the arts have been imported into the tech industry.
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American Literature 10575260.
Christopher Grobe; Can the Computer Speak?. American Literature 2023; 10575260. doi: https://doi.org/10.1215/00029831-10575260
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