Ok, so a while ago I set up a Google Alert to inform me of happenings related to myself, and periodically it tells me someone on the web called “Dan Walmsley” (typically an Irish F1 Engineer, but occasionally me) has been written about.
Today, however, the results were far more disturbing.
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First of all, I think I’ve been misquoted.
Second of all, who does this article benefit?
Thirdly, the post categories are: “african american, audism, feel good tips, republicans, yasin”. Why?
Fourthly, it’s clearly a translation of this article. But a translation into what? Half-English gibberish?
Welcome, ladies and gentlemen, to hard evidence that synonym-generation does not lead to 100% readability during summary generation. This reminds me of my lost year at NICTA.