Two students from the University of Washington -- Chloé Kiddon and Yuriy Brun -- have created software that can recognize when the famous Michael Scott line "That's what she said" can be applied to double entendres.
The researchers analyzed 1.5 million erotic sentences and 57,000 standard literature sentences for words with a "sexiness function," such as "rod" and "hot."
The system, Double Entendre via Noun Transfer or DEviaNT, analyzes and rates sentences with these "sexiness" words for their "That's what she said" joke potential.
DEviaNT is 70-percent accurate, but has the potential to be 99.5-percent accurate with more data training.
This kind of DEviaNT behavior leaves me with a smile.
That's what she said.