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The Embedding

The Embedding opens in a research institute where Chris Sole is teaching a strange form of language whose grammar can be “self-embedded” by computers to create an artificially complex means of communication that opens up the vast potential of the human mind.


Author: Ian Watson
Pages: 218 pages
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