June 2018: AI—Let’s Not Get Bogged Down by Semantics

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“A rose by any other name would smell as sweet” from Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet is one of the Bard’s best known quotes, in which he insinuates that arbitrarily assigning names to objects has no intrinsic bearing on their nature. Names and tags that we use in everyday parlance are therefore inconsequential to the objects or concepts they describe, although they do offer us a succinct and efficient means of exchanging universally accepted ideas pertaining to them. 

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