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Buterin, who gave two talks, has a discursive and often highly theoretical talking style, making it difficult to pull out specific and succinct theses from his speeches.Politicians Show Their Increasing Interest In Crypto at ETHDenver 2022|Andrew R. Chow|February 24, 2022|Time
“Conversational intelligence is the constellation of features and technologies that enable humans and machines to take turns exchanging language and work toward accomplishing a discursive goal,” says Bennett.Building customer relationships with conversational AI|Martha Leibs|March 29, 2021|MIT Technology Review
The questions linger throughout this at times maddeningly discursive novel.
Now Intelligence possesses them by thought, a thought which is not discursive (but intuitive).Plotinos: Complete Works, v. 3|Plotinos (Plotinus)
Yet the impulse to discursive commentary must be checked, for plucking flowers is a distraction from comparative botany.Vie de Bohme|Orlo Williams
The discursive faculty then becomes what our Shakespeare, with happy precision, calls "discourse of reason."Aids to Reflection|Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Who is more discursive than the Autocrat, the Czar of table-talkers; and whose productions are more charming or wiser?
The evidence of such principles is established by a long and discursive psychological discussion.The English Utilitarians, Volume I.|Leslie Stephen