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We’re here to help authors write better books with the help of an artificial intelligence named Marlowe. The goal is to make it as easy as possible for authors everywhere to elevate their craft and sell more books.

Our team consists of 124 bestselling authors, entrepreneurs and experts in artificial intelligence.

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Dr. Matthew Jockers

Matthew Jockers is co-founder and chief science officer of Authors A.I. He leads the data team that created Marlowe, the world’s leading artificial intelligence for analysis of long-form fiction. Matt is also co-author of  The Bestseller Code; dean of the College of Arts & Sciences and professor of English and data analytics, Washington State University; co-founder of the Stanford Literary Lab, and former director of research, BookLamp. He lectures around the world on the intersection of technology and fiction.

Alessandra-Torre

Alessandra Torre is co-founder and president of Authors A.I. She is a six-figure romance author who has made the NY Times, Wall Street Journal and Amazon bestseller lists. She founded the annual authors conference Inkers Con and has created online courses for up-and-coming authors. Alessandra is co-creator of the 14,000+ member Goodreads group, has been the bedroom blogger for Cosmopolitan.com and has been featured in Elle magazine.

JD-Lasica

J.D. Lasica is co-founder, chief experience officer and board chairman of Authors A.I. A thriller author, entrepreneur and technologist, J.D. has been named one of Silicon Valley’s top 40 influencers. He has spoken at the United Nations and given talks on four continents as well as Harvard, Stanford, MIT and the Cannes Film Festival. In 2005 he co-founded Ourmedia, the world’s first free video hosting site, six weeks before YouTube was born.