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Art lovers may have to transform their analysis of art—spending hours interpreting a stylistic choice or psychoanalyzing a creator’s intent—when such questions of intent are put to the black box of an artificial neural network.
Within the span of two minutes, these people had psychoanalyzed my porn habits and actually taught me something about myself.
My partner considers her a killjoy who psychoanalyzes him too much; others in our group have complained about her mooching.
And President Carter, with his Malaise Speech in the late '70s, he was always psychoanalyzed by some of his critics.
Fourth, looking beyond the four corners of the policy, the court throws out the policy by psychoanalyzing the commander-in-chief based on his tweets, cable-news interviews, and even campaign statements.
Over the course of After Kathy Acker, Kraus has been inside her diaries, burrowed inside her friendships, psychoanalyzed and praised a little and recorded much.
My partner considers her a killjoy who psychoanalyzes him too much
The men were too busy fondling fenders and stroking steering wheels to psychoanalyze themselves.
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