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In reality none of this stuff is even remotely useful, because I can't even begin to guess whether or not a given command will be interpreted properly. Natural language is hard, and reminders need to be 100% reliable.



> Natural language is hard, and reminders need to be 100% reliable.

Indeed; hence Apple confirming its interpretation of the reminder with you before committing anything.




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