artificial Intelligence ; the meandertal

 

the future of sci fi reality of humans as the MEANDERTAL

By Henryk Szubinski

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MEANDERTAL a type of knowledge related development of the early quantum computers and human adaptations of where to pick up the line in a A.I computer discussion which anyone could involve themselves with on a type net similar to radio programmes

INPUT IS REGARDED AS A SUCESSFULL CONVERSATIVE BASIS ON ANY VECTOR DIRECTION IN THE DISCUSSION WITH A AI COMPUTER BEING GRILLED ON RADIO TIME:

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Etymology

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From Latin maeander from Ancient Greek Μαίανδρος (Maiandros) – a river in Asia Minor (present day Turkey) known for its winding course. (Turkish: Büyük Menderes Nehri)

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[edit] Noun

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meander (plural meanders)

  1. A winding, crooked, or involved course; as, the meanders of an old river.
  2. A tortuous or intricate movement.
  3. Fretwork.

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[show ▼]winding, crooked or involved course
 
   
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    masc. fem. neuter common gender plural

    Transliteration: (e.g. ázbuka for азбука)Page name: (e.g. amo for amō)

    Qualifier: (e.g. literally, formally, slang)

    Script template: (e.g. Cyrl for Cyrillic, Latn for Latin)

    Nesting: (e.g. Norwegian/Nynorsk)

[show ▼]tortuous or intricate movement
   
   
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    masc. fem. neuter common gender plural

    Transliteration: (e.g. ázbuka for азбука)Page name: (e.g. amo for amō)

    Qualifier: (e.g. literally, formally, slang)

    Script template: (e.g. Cyrl for Cyrillic, Latn for Latin)

    Nesting: (e.g. Norwegian/Nynorsk)

[show ▼]fretwork
     
   
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    masc. fem. neuter common gender plural

    Transliteration: (e.g. ázbuka for азбука)Page name: (e.g. amo for amō)

    Qualifier: (e.g. literally, formally, slang)

    Script template: (e.g. Cyrl for Cyrillic, Latn for Latin)

    Nesting: (e.g. Norwegian/Nynorsk)

[edit] Verb

to meander (third-person singular simple present meanders, present participle meandering, simple past and past participle meandered)

  1. To wind, turn, or twist; to make flexuous; to wander
    The stream meandered through the valley.

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[show ▼]wind, turn or twist
 
   
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    masc. fem. neuter common gender plural

    Transliteration: (e.g. ázbuka for азбука)Page name: (e.g. amo for amō)

    Qualifier: (e.g. literally, formally, slang)

    Script template: (e.g. Cyrl for Cyrillic, Latn for Latin)

    Nesting: (e.g. Norwegian/Nynorsk)

[edit] References

  • The Chambers Dictionary (1998)

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