You will be able to know what this means exactly. Unless, you're not human.
Problem is even non-humans are able to decipher these things already. I say that's genius because the way CAPTCHAs appear now, I wonder who will be able to type those correctly. Honestly, it takes me two or three times to get it right.
I think I need to hire myself an AI. More from Nick Carr here.
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