https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33493962/ Body cost when using tools in embodied cognition. Now to remove embodied cognition. It doesn’t always decide the first term is most important so I can do this.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33493962/ Body cost when using tools in embodied cognition.
 
Now to remove embodied cognition. It doesn’t always decide the first term is most important so I can do this.
I removed Embodied cognition now GOogle is getting mad at me. It gave 8 nonsense results with this related search:
choose.
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Right in my area of curiosity
(I think it’s ok to keep stirring ’til it looks right at least informally so long as you can at least somewhat justify it for an first-try (later ones should get rigorous) but I want to see what they say.
[Submitted on 2 Jan 2020]
Informal Data Transformation Considered Harmful
Eric Daimler, Ryan Wisnesky
In this paper we take the common position that AI systems are limited more by the integrity of the data they are learning from than the sophistication of their algorithms, and we take the uncommon position that the solution to achieving better data integrity in the enterprise is not to clean and validate data ex-post-facto whenever needed (the so-called data lake approach to data management, which can lead to data scientists spending 80% of their time cleaning data), but rather to formally and automatically guarantee that data integrity is preserved as it transformed (migrated, integrated, composed, queried, viewed, etc) throughout the enterprise, so that data and programs that depend on that data need not constantly be re-validated for every particular use.
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 https://www.researchgate.net/publication/226701731_Is_There_Downward_Causation_in_Chemistry
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