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You write that the equations of modern quantum mechanics have an uncanny resemblance to equations in music.
Trained on the text of thousands of books and most of the internet, GPT-3 can mimic human-written text with uncanny—and at times bizarre—realism, making it the most impressive language model yet produced using machine learning.
When it was launched in 2020, its ability to mimic human-written text with uncanny realism seemed to many like a milestone on the road to true machine intelligence.
The clarity of Didion’s vision and the precision with which she sets it down do indeed feel uncanny.
When the ship tossed in an unusually rough crossing he was prepared to admit to himself that it was an uncanny coincidence.
There was a silence after this somewhat lengthy speech, and something like an uncanny feeling possessed the listeners.
THE EVERLASTING ARMSJOSEPH HOCKING
For, singular, uncanny circumstance, this was a one-eyed raven which sat upon the shoulder of his one-eyed master!
DOPESAX ROHMER
All round them was familiar ground, but the things they knew the best looked strange and uncanny.
Maybe I spoke more boldly than I felt, for indeed the whole business and the place made all seem uncanny.
A PRINCE OF CORNWALLCHARLES W. WHISTLER
It was an uncanny song, and I waxed uneasy as it went on, and the flashing sickle waved more quickly before my eyes.
A PRINCE OF CORNWALLCHARLES W. WHISTLER

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