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It's an "AI" in the sense that it's an uncontrollable, unknowable black box that's clearly trying to be "smart" (artificially intelligent).

It's definitely not sorted by contact frequency or anything close to it, because many of the people I share with all the time never show up. As I type, three of my "top" 4 (including that plumber) are SMS, which is doubly weird since I almost exclusively use WhatsApp.






It's doing something else than the most logical deterministic assumption, so clearly it must be trying to be "smart" ?

How often does a badly implemented algorithm that should in theory just work, get labeled AI because in practice it returns opaque results occasionally?




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