Ambiguity Defines Our Language Instinct
Good writers are those who keep the language efficient. That is to say, keep it accurate, keep it clear.
- Ezra Pound (1885-1972)
His output prodigious, meaning impressively great in extent, size, or degree. A rule-based environment is an algorithm by definition. The title responsion for this article is a call for contrast. Ambiguity versus efficiency in the language we use, poetic and otherwise.
The environment is and should be front of mind, in the cortex to be exact, with the pathway to prosperity in the data. The overarching theme is one of ecology. How will our information structures be built, what type of algorithms with they dance to? How do we keep our language accurate and clear when we face so much uncertainty? Self-destruction is a poison pill away from nothingness. How's that for efficiency?
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