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Impossible to overcome or defeat: unconquerable obstacles to success; an unconquerable faith.

un·con′quer·a·bly adv.
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in an invincible manner
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She was all on a noble scale, her attributes were so generous, her manner unconquerably gracious, her movements indolently active, her face so candid that you must swear her every thought lived always in the open.
In that context, my research program, which has strong continuities with my graduate work in linguistics and psychology, is to understand better how we interact with one another, how we work, play, and learn with our peers, then to understand whether AI is unconquerably making those interactions worse.
Gwyn Thomas was modest about the talent that so excites his contemporary counterpart but he once wrote a comment on the importance of humour to humanity that could apply to himself: "In the darkest night of the spirit, laughter is the signal that we are fully and unconquerably still there.