A Love Story of Machine Learning Ben Orlin Math, Sentiments February 14, 2022February 8, 2022 1 Minute Share this:FacebookTwitterMoreEmailLike this:Like Loading... Published February 14, 2022February 8, 2022
11 thoughts on “A Love Story of Machine Learning”
Ben – great poem! Love it. Very sweet. One technical question: why is the distance equation equal to 1 over heart? Isn’t that a bit backwards?
I’m not sure I understand. The object of the poem is being set up as a paragon, so that any distance from her would decrease the love. Or to put it another way, as distance to the beloved tends to 0, love tends to infinity.
Oh, this is, in fact, beautiful!
Totally love this!
Oh, Ben, I love this! One of the best illustrations of love and beauty I’ve seen, and spoken in my language.
Absolutely delightful. I love it! ❤️
These two verses are a bit disturbing.
“my learning is no different // than the learning of machines”
I am not sure of that. If you put this in Wikipedia, someone would put a [reference needed] tag.
Very nice poem, anyway.
Onion ninjas! They got me!
Simply beautiful! Love it!
That is a lovely poem. It captures my feelings about my wife in a way that I’ve never been able to articulate. Thank you.