DWIM (`Do What I Mean`) computer systems attempt to anticipate what users intend to do, correcting trivial errors automatically rather than blindly executing users` explicit but incorrect input. The term was coined by Warren Teitelman in his DWIM package for BBN Lisp, part of his PILOT system, some time before 1966. Teitelman`s DWIM package `...
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DWIM is an acronym for Do What I Mean. It is a term used in artificial intelligence for computer self-correcting of errors.
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