[Question] Is “physical nondeterminism” a meaningful concept?

Back­ground: Our men­tal mod­els of the uni­verse can con­tain un­cer­tainty or prob­a­bil­ity-links, as in a causal net­work. One may have a de­ter­minis­tic un­der­stand­ing of a phe­nomenon if the prob­a­bil­ity-val­ues are all 0 and 1.

Ques­tion: Beyond that, is it mean­ingful to dis­t­in­guish whether or not the *uni­verse it­self* is de­ter­minis­tic or non­de­ter­minis­tic?

For ex­am­ple, is it mean­ingful to say that the Copen­hagen in­ter­pre­ta­tion of QM im­plies a “non­de­ter­minis­tic uni­verse”, while Many Wor­lds im­plies a “de­ter­minis­tic uni­verse”?