Originally Posted by anantksundaram
That's your problem, not the grammar cop's, no?
As an aside, there's nothing wrong with demanding - no, expecting - that a high-profile, widely-quoted outlet like AI aspire to write better. Better writing (incl. the right grammar, not having typos, good punctuation, etc) is not uncorrelated with clearer thinking.
Actually studies have shown most people of average intelligence can read through some horrific typos and bad grammar and still understand what is being said and communicated. Unlike making math mistake which the majority of populations make most times and there is no way to know for sure it was a mistake or not.
Why is it a few people demand that people spell correctly and not make typo or use some sort of grammar convention they like verse chastising people for making a math or scientific mistake.
So did the typos change the outcome of the article, did people take different actions because of the typos, how did your life change because of typo.
Sorry to everyone else to the off topic diversion.