The great purpose of human art, the great end of human study, is to obtain ease, to throw the burden of labour from our own shoulders, and fix it on those of others. (William Cobbett)
Ah, the joys of the Completely Automatic Public Turing Test to Tell Computers and Humans Apart. The robot (ironic, really, when you think about it) came up with a word with all the letters squeezed together as per normal which looked all the world like “enormity”. It obviously wasn’t, or I’d have been able to post first time. You’d have thought the nerds would have programmed their toys not to produce “words” like “enornity” that will lead non-robotic members of the human race type in another word, but I suppose I’m expecting too much.
Maybe it’s just the nerdish sense of humor to add words looking like real words to the wordbank.
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