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Hi Philip Jonkers -
>language increases copying-fidelity.
Yup, and as long as the cultural context is intact, meaning fidelity is
>even be anticipated that communication
>between AI computers (program exchange) yields
>even higher copying fidelity.
For what it's worth, it ain't anticipation- digital exchange is highly
accurate. Has to be. There are even error-correcting and checking systems
built-in. If only we were so equipped.
But, if AI computers all had different languages, and no built-in
translation systems, and only five senses to know things with, then....
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