Terrible news for pedants as Merriam-Webster relaxes the rules of English
It’s fine to end a sentence with a preposition, according to a shock ruling from the American dictionary publisher. But is it OK to recklessly split infinitives?
The Cambridge Dictionary named 'hallucinate' its word of the year — and it captures the AI industry's biggest challenge
“Hallucination” refers to incidents in which AI convincingly spits out inaccuracies as though they were truth — sometimes with damaging consequences.
Cambridge Dictionary crowns word of 2023 - and shares its updated meaning
The word is ‘hallucinate’ and the new definition relates to how artifical intelligence produces false information – it comes after a year-long surge in interest in generative AI tools like ChatGPT
AI named word of the year by Collins Dictionary
Usage of the acronym for artificial intelligence has quadrupled this year, the publisher says.
Kylie Minogue's 'Padam' Is Now In The Urban Dictionary - Star Observer
Kylie Minogue continues to take the world by storm, with the title of her latest single Padam Padam now added to the Urban Dictionary.