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May 4, 2022, 10:20 a.m. |

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From search engines to voice assistants, computers are getting better at understanding what we mean. That's thanks to language-processing programs that make sense of a staggering number of words, without ever being told explicitly what those words mean. Such programs infer meaning instead through statistics—and a new study reveals that this computational approach can assign many kinds of information to a single word, just like the human brain.

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