Just what we need: sarcasm software

COMPUTERS are getting better at understanding human languages, thanks partly to algorithms that can analyse sentences for positive or negative sentiments, says Ari Rappoport of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel. But picking up on sarcasm is still a problem. “In many cases, sarcasm is difficult even for people to recognise”, never mind computers,
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