Well, now hang on a minute.
First of all, how unambiguous were these, originally? Real language is full of ambiguous uses. I'm surprised that the experts can even agree 95% of the time, and I'd guess that part of their expert training was aimed at exaggerating that agreement to satisfy brittle models that weren't built to handle persistent ambiguity.
Second, if the human experts didn't even agree, why would Miss Elliott expect her students to do any better? What kind of a sadist was she?
-Angus B. Grieve-Smith
grvsmth at panix.com
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