How will you use your words today?
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Semantics is redefining meaning in ways that we'd never felt possible. Who would have ever known that love was the linguistic mirror of evil.
Yes, good is good but love is better.
The first person that ever saw a seed grow would've been convinced it was a miracle, and it was and still is.
It still provides the best example of growth on the planet. In most cases we're talking about a metric of 10,000% at the minimum. Yet we only lightly perceive this as a miracle today.
Words are those seeds and if we listen to what is being said to us (much like the Googlebot) these seeds will plant within us and others to produce a crop that was beyond what we were ever expecting.
Every word is structurally interlinked through linguistics just like the internet connects everything up in a similar node like fashion. There are back-links and subtle associations that our eyes cannot even perceive in a single glance, but they're there.
We know some of these hidden subtleties because we created our semantic database on the foundation of these linguistic links over a 10 year period not knowing what lay ahead.
Now with the sudden advent of an enhanced semantic meaning online, thanks to the likes of words are now being collated into the Knowledge Graph in new and exciting ways.
The AI will even eventually isolate and restore words that have had their meanings distorted such as the word "pathetic" which will be redefined in the Knowledge Graph solely through it's semantic cousins 'empathetic' and 'sympathetic'.
Just as love defines it's opposite as being evil, our understanding is enhanced by these simple truths and the rapid growth of semantics in this current age.