Monthly Archives: June 2023

Good riddance to rubbish writing

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Translation difficulties

I get it: translation is hard. Heck, I’m a reasonably bright native English speaker and often have difficulty translating my own thoughts into understandable English. This is a message that was posted in a woodcarving group: “Hello, I am writing … Continue reading

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Ask an AI: whittling or wood carving?

A friend of mine asked a generative AI (Nova: Powered by ChatGPT & GPT 3.5 Turbo) about the difference between whittling and wood carving. This is the response she got: Wood carving and whittling have been practised for thousands of … Continue reading

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