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We Used to Write

How to keep writing human in a world of A.I. tools

Her, Spike Jonze’s 2013 futuristic romantic drama, opens on Theodore Twombly sitting a a desk dictating a letter. “To my Chris, I have been thinking about how I could possibly tell you how much you mean to me,” he says, pensively. Theodore describes falling in love with Chris 50 years prior, and how, “to this day, every day, you make me feel like the…

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