How New Yorker cartoons could teach computers to be funny

The magazine is using crowdsourcing algorithms for the first time to find the funniest cartoon captions. Scientists see big potential in these jokes.

How New Yorker cartoons could teach computers to be funny
How New Yorker cartoons could teach computers to be funny
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