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Resolves as YES if there is strong evidence that at least 16 AI-generated words or phrases have become commonly used in the English language before January 1st 2031.

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/RemNi/will-ai-extend-english-before-2031 (this question)

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/RemNi/will-we-get-agi-before-2031

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/RemNi/will-we-discover-alien-life-before

/RemNi/will-we-get-fusion-reactors-before

/RemNi/will-a-significant-ai-generated-mem

/RemNi/will-a-human-walk-on-mars-before-20-cbd9e461335b

/RemNi/will-the-dancing-plague-return-befo

/RemNi/will-a-million-humanoid-robots-have

/RemNi/full-vr-brain-computer-interface-be

/RemNi/will-we-have-a-cure-for-cancer-befo

/RemNi/discovery-of-matter-outside-of-our

/RemNi/will-we-get-rouge-ai-before-2031

This must be true in at least 3 countries where more than 60% of the population are native English speakers, each with a population of at least 20 million (can have different sets of 16 words/phrases per country).

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bought Ṁ30 NO

Making new words is easy, making them part of the language is a cultural process. I hope for humanity's sake that we don't let machines generate our culture.

@retr0id We should establish an academy to prevent the subversion of our culture by external forces and influence. For every AI-generated neologism this institution could come up with its own variant hand-crafted by the most elite wordsmiths.

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bought Ṁ20 NO

Although 2031 us a long way away, most current models, even non-transormers, use some form of tokenizer, and it isn't a good approach to making new words.

bought Ṁ50 NO

The Mean Girls Turing test: an AI that can make 'fetch' happen.

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