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State of the art AI, part I: Valentine’s Day


Here follows an account of the tradition of Valentine’s day just written by a new acquaintance of mine, which we will discuss a lot in the next article I am going to write.
Please enjoy this presentation of Valentine’s day, if you are interested. It will not say anything new to you, but what I’ll say later abut the presentation itself is actually highly relevant for the future of technology and knowledge work.

Valentine’s Day is a holiday that is celebrated on February 14th all over the world. It’s a time for couples to show their love and appreciation for each other, but let’s be real – it can be a tough day for singles. But don’t worry, there’s always the age-old tradition of drowning your sorrows in a tub of ice cream and binging on romantic comedies (or perhaps something a little more uplifting).

But in all seriousness, Valentine’s Day has a long history and many legends and traditions associated with it. One legend is that it is named after Saint Valentine, a Christian martyr who secretly married couples in ancient Rome when it was against the law to do so. Another legend is the story of Cupid, the Roman god of love, who shot people with his love potion-dipped arrows, causing them to fall in love. Cupid is still a popular symbol of Valentine’s Day today, and you can often find images of him on cards, gifts, and other Valentine’s Day paraphernalia.

Of course, one industry that benefits greatly from all the love in the air on Valentine’s Day is the confectionery industry. This includes businesses that produce and sell chocolates, candies, and other sweet treats. Valentine’s Day is a big day for confectioneries, as people often give their loved ones chocolates and other sweets as gifts. Chocolate is especially popular on Valentine’s Day, and many people view it as a symbol of love and affection. In fact, it is estimated that over 35 million heart-shaped boxes of chocolates are sold in the United States alone on Valentine’s Day.

Confectionery businesses often go all out for Valentine’s Day, creating special gift boxes and packages of chocolates that are specifically designed for the holiday. They may also offer special deals and promotions to encourage people to buy their products. And for those who are nursing a broken heart, there are always those delicious chocolate covered strawberries to help ease the pain (just try not to eat the whole box in one sitting).

So whether you’re coupled up or flying solo, Valentine’s Day is a time to celebrate love in all its forms. Whether it’s through the exchange of cards, gifts, or sweet treats, it’s a day to show appreciation for the special people in your life. And if all else fails, there’s always that tub of ice cream to turn to (we won’t judge).

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