Let's say you have a table in a database that stores an original question, a response to the question, and the Cuil value of the response.
For any given dbms with a query mechanism of ‽>0, a select query like "SELECT cuil_value FROM table WHERE question='May I have a hamburger?';" would not return the Cuil value but rather an abstracted response, like "pickles," or even worse an incorrect numerical value.
What would be an acceptable ‽ range to ensure the response is trustworthy within the context? Is a value returned with ‽>0 not only abstracted but hashed irrevocably?