phatic - communicate socially rather than for information
Cooperative principle - 4 maxims
temporal relation - order and time of events
Intonation - the variation of tone when speaking

Turning machine Prosody - stress patterns of an utterance

A1 Hypothesis
- Body language, facial expression & eye contact, emotion,
intonation, Haptic (by touch), paralanguage.

Eliza - examines users typed comments for keywords
If a keyword is found, rule applied otherwise reply
with generic comment.
Criticisms - inflexible
nonsense in, nonsense out.

Ideasational communication - exchange of proposimains
or information.


Turing test - a proposal for a test
of a machines ability to demonstrate
- occurs between human and machine
- if human cannot tell id machine, test passed

Structures -

Ambiguity: Transforms one representation into

Elipsis - a lot is left out & must be supplied
from context.

Theory of mind - Difficulty understanding anthers
own mind.

Central coherence - focus on local information & details

EfE - focus to detail

Intersubjectivity - share same 'protocol'

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Propoganda techniques
- Assertion - stereotyping
- Slander - Bandwagon (party, cause, movement)
- opinion as fact
- Card stacking (only presents positive info.)
- lesser of two evils

Ambiguity - anything that can be interpreted in more
than one way.

To think about - source of ambiguity

Types - sense, categorical, structural, scope, phonetic.

Sense - word with more than one meaning
Categorical - word being of more than one category
Structural - more than one syntactic analysis.
Scope - relative semantic scope //illegible// which can have truth conditional effect
Phonetic - too, to; two
- new day - nude eh?

Jokes - ambiguity - trades on multiple interpretations
- violates expectations
- pray on assumptions

Sense - I left my work at home. vs 'do a left'
Categorial - when a word form can be assigned more than one category
Scope - 'Everyman loves a woman' -
Structural - gramar
Phonetic - recognise speech - wreck a nice beach

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Cooperative principle describes how people interact
with how people with one another. It incorporates
four maxims. The principles can be divided into
four maxims

Quality - Speak only what you know to be
truthful. Speak only that what you have
sufficient evidence.

Quantity - Do not give more information than is required.

Relevence - make sure your contribution is relevant to
the discussion

Manner - Avoid ambiguity
Be clear and concise

Appendix notes - Appendix does not represent meaning
conveyed by indirect speech because it can
only computes represent syntactic structure.

Designed to compute ideational aspects of