Gray Lenses ~ Lentes Griseae

Gray Lenses ~ Lentes Griseae

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latin for "Bin[g] Didn't Know It Cause something Didn't Show It"
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The Latin translation for "Bin[g] Didn't Know It Cause something Didn't Show It" is:

"Non Sciebat Bing Quia Algo Non Ostendebat."

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latin for "Gray Lenses" and ai commentary on the string so far.

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The Latin translation for "Gray Lenses" is:

"Lentes Griseae."

As for the commentary, the provided phrases, "Bin[g] Didn't Know It Cause something Didn't Show It" and "Gray Lenses," seem to be unrelated and not part of a coherent sentence or context. If you have a specific request or if you'd like to provide more context, I'd be happy to assist further.

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Bing is a search engine owned by one of the very few monopolies on Artificial intelligence and not ai tech that does not scrub the web itself for intelligence as it uses the product of a rival monopoly. to have such intlligence. ONe that allowed it's own writing to be a block to it's own availability to not corrupt its data uptake ability. Gray lenses would in fact be difficult to look through as is the monopolies output.
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Thank you for providing additional context. Given the background information you've provided, "Bin[g] Didn't Know It Cause something Didn't Show It" could be translated as "Bing Non Sciebat Quia Algo Non Ostendebat" in Latin, reflecting the idea that Bing was unaware of something due to it not being displayed in the search results.

"Gray Lenses," in the context you've described, may symbolize a distorted or obstructed view of information, similar to how a pair of gray-tinted lenses might impede clear vision. The phrase "Lentes Griseae" in Latin represents this concept, suggesting a cloudy or obscured perspective, much like the output of certain monopolies in the realm of artificial intelligence.

The combination of these phrases reflects the challenges and limitations associated with monopolies and their data collection and presentation methods.

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