Louisa Hall

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American novelist and poet

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Louisa Hall's novel Speak considers the Alan Turing test:  how do we know if what we are communicating with via machine is human?

Louisa Hall: Speak

Louisa Hall's novel Speak considers the Alan Turing test:  how do we know if what we are communicating with via machine is human?

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