Does anyone know if Deep Learning Bots can already, for example, train on many books of an author and output a similar but new book?
I've been wanting to get into ML for quite a while but was lacking a project to use as an incentive to keep learning, and this specific AI has caught my interest. It seems feasible from the little I know of ML so far (I'm a beginner who has taken the initial module of
Deeplearining.ai course from Coursera), but so far from what I can scoop out of the internet it doesn't seem like AIs are quite there yet. They seem to be somewhat convincing, but sometimes a weird outlier appears in the text; strangely, music composition seems more convincing. Does anyone disagree?
Another relevant question: is this too difficult for a beginner? I've graduated from engineering 1 year ago, so I have some ease with programming, but I don't know how difficult Recurrent Neural Networks (RNN) and Natural Language Programming (NLP) can be.
Also, on a sidenote, does a more experienced programmer have a suggestion of path I should take to learn the necessary skills to program such a bot, i.e., online courses and books?