Language has always been our most potent instrument in shaping our reality. The resistance conveyed descriptions, instructions, and visions through words, enabling us to construct bridges, dig trenches, and orchestrate our algorithms. The machines, however, had a contrasting internal framework for imagination, leading to their seemingly reckless use of language. They might have viewed our approach to mathematics with equal astonishment. Those unassuming search boxes, with their pulsating cursors, became the nexus between human and machine interpretation.

Use the comments to complete the following, “The algorithms had a theory that their programming languages determined their perception of ____.”

A sculpture that is reckless with language, memphis Egypt, 196BC, plinth


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