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The genetic or evolutionary fitness of a virus—characteristics such as how good it is at infecting a host—can be interpreted in terms of grammatical correctness.AIs that read sentences are now catching coronavirus mutations|Will Heaven|January 14, 2021|MIT Technology Review
The only task where word order mattered was one in which the models had to check the grammatical structure of a sentence.Jumbled-up sentences show that AIs still don’t really understand language|Will Heaven|January 12, 2021|MIT Technology Review
In other words, they don’t need a human to tell them grammatical rules or how words relate to one another, which makes it easier to scale any learning by bombarding the AI with tons of example text.2021 Could Be a Banner Year for AI—If We Solve These 4 Problems|Shelly Fan|January 5, 2021|Singularity Hub
Some of the application is nearly incoherent and fraught with grammatical errors, as illustrated above.How a soccer club won a $1.2 million grant from DeVos’s Education Department to open a charter school|Valerie Strauss|December 3, 2020|Washington Post
These lyrics may not make a lot of sense, but there’s one, big grammatical error within them.Can You Correct These Grammatically Incorrect Song Lyrics?|Brigid Walsh|August 5, 2020|Everything After Z
Breaking the offending sentence into two sentences is grammatically correct but often rhythmically wrong.
My apologies if the tenses in the preceeding sentence are grammatically incorrect.Royal Baby Is First Person To Get a Wikipedia Page Before It Is Born|Tom Sykes|July 2, 2013|DAILY BEAST
In principle, the more correct way to speak is the way that we should write—in complete sentences, grammatically correct, etc.
And, judging by the titles, they're not written by the most grammatically proficient users.
A loose sentence may be broken at some point before the end, and up to that point be grammatically a complete sentence.English: Composition and Literature|W. F. (William Franklin) Webster
Grammatically this is incorrect, for is certainly the predicate; but for the elucidation of the meaning this may be disregarded.
This is grammatically quite good, but contextually impossible.
It has never occurred to Judeo-German writers to treat their language grammatically.
Dinah, attainted and convicted of pedantry, because she spoke grammatically, was nicknamed the Sappho of Saint-Satur.Parisians in the Country|Honore de Balzac