Computing “That’s What She Said”

Friday, June 10, 2011


The “that’s what she said” joke has spawned a website, numerous blogs, a music video and now a computer program that’s in on the joke. University of Washington computer scientists recently unveiled a semantic software that can recognize and rate sexually suggestive sentences for "that's what she said" potential. Jacob Aron, a technology reporter at the New Scientist, recently wrote an article on the program.

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