I rewrote the opening of your article to make it more accurate. Notes in italics are for informational purposes only.

“Machine learning is (a term composed of two words that when combined in that order result in a logical contradiction and a thing which is logically impossible. Machines can’t learn, for if they could/did they would no longer be machines) an application of (a thing which does not exist and may never) modern computing.”

Without italics

“Machine learning is an application of modern computing”

Even more accurately

“Machine learning is a term used incorrectly to describe an application of modern computing.”

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