Here's my attempt at bumper-sticker summaries for the articles. You can add your own in the comments. (No, there are no prizes for this.)
Pater: GG + NN + ?? = Profit!
Berent & Marcus: Structure + Composition = Algebra
Dunbar: Marr + Marr = Marr
Linzen: NNs learn GGs sometimes, sorta
Pearl: ?? = interpretability
Potts: Functions + Logic = Vectors + DL
Rawski & Heinz: No Free Lunch, but there is a GI tract
Pater starts out with the observation that Syntactic Structures and "The perceptron: A perceiving and recognizing automaton" were both published in 1957.
Here is a list of other things that were published in 1957 (hint: 116). It may say too much about me, but some of my favorites over the years from this list have included: The Cat in the Hat, From Russia with Love, The Way of Zen, Endgame and Parkinson's Law. But I'm afraid I can't really synthesize all that into an enlightened spy cat whose work expands to fill the nothingness. You can add your own mash-ups in the comments. (No, there are no prizes for this either.)