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Historically , the answer to what makes us human, what makes us deal with the world in the ways we do,
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has been that we have a different kind of intelligence than other animals.

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A very different answer to what makes us human is provided in this book. Yes, humans have a dif- ferent kind of intelligence than other animals, but we also have a different kind of motivation. The human motivation for shared reality— the motiva- tion to share our feelings, thoughts, and concerns with others— is unique to humans. It is captured in “I wish you were here.”
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The output probabilities are going to relate to how likely it is find each vocabulary word nearby our input word.
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word” that we chose. When I say "nearby", there is actually a "window size" parameter to the algorithm. A typical window size might be 5, meaning 5 words behind and 5 words ahead (10 in total). <span>The output probabilities are going to relate to how likely it is find each vocabulary word nearby our input word. For example, if you gave the trained network the input word “Soviet”, the output probabilities are going to be much higher for words like “Union” and “Russia” than for unrelated words l