What would an AI text generator do with the first lines of literature’s greatest novels?

Jonny Diamond in Literary Hub:

45260623 – robot typing on conceptual keyboard

Gabriel Garcia Marquez, 100 Years of Solitude

Many years later, as he faced the firing squad, Colonel Aureliano Buendía was to remember that distant afternoon when his father took him to discover ice.

[AI continues as follows]

His father had been at an airshow in the US. A US fighter pilot, Colonel Buendía had taken off and was returning with his two sons. But something went wrong. His plane crashed. He managed to eject.

At the crash site, his father took him to an abandoned church in a nearby town. They were not there long when a small creature materialized at their feet. The creature began to follow the young men.

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