Lost to China for decades, ancient classics get a new lease on life through artificial intelligence

When Cao Tingdong, a poet in the Qing dynasty (1636-1912), wrote The Surviving Poems by 100 Song dynasty Poets, he had no idea it would end up travelling halfway across the globe. The poet, born in 1700, loved poetry when he was young and was keen on taking government exams, competing for a spot in the imperial court, according to his autobiography. After failing several times, in midlife, he went into seclusion in the mountains and wrote books explaining previous classics, as well as collected…

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