Engineers create sets of rules to represent knowledge in well‐defined domains
The structure of the knowledge is defined by humans
The specifics are explored by the machine
Natural data forms lower dimensional structures (manifolds) in the embedding space
Each manifold represents a different entity
Understanding data comes by separating the manifolds
More detailed parsing until categories are clearly separated
Statistically impressive, but individually unreliable
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