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Physics professor Brandon Brown tells us why he decided another Apollo book needed to be written despite not being interested in NASA growing up - and the puzzle that physicists 'use our brains as if they are perfect for any task, with no manufactured tendencies toward certain shortcuts, cul-de-sacs, or misconceptions.'
Can artificial intelligence replace human authors? Our editor Brian Clegg assesses the quality of a book from Springer publishing that was written by 'Beta Writer' - a fully computer-generated text.