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June 20, 2022, 4:43 a.m. | /u/WouldNotLickYourAnus

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Convolutional neural networks have a well-known track record when it comes to detecting objects in images. A person, a cat, a helicopter; given enough examples pretty much any discrete visible entity is learnable.

* But from the perspective of human language, this kind of model only produces nouns. Or in terms of arity (aka adicity/degree/valency/rank), one might say these are all **nullary** functions/clauses. In other words, they're concepts that can be expressed without any contextual variables/arguments.
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