Once trained, it can study a different group and accurately pick those at risk.
While the app was recording data accurately, it was reporting out only partial data.
The binomial system is important because it allows scientists to accurately identify individual species.
Analysis of the signals received simultaneously from several satellites gives heights as accurately as positions.
Do they accurately forecast where crime will occur and who will go on to commit future crimes?
Asked to paraphrase what they had heard, they did even worse: about 33% of utterances were conveyed accurately.
WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY FAILURE TO ACCURATELY INPUT THE ALPHANUMERIC CODE INTO THE RECIPIENT FIELD," Tesla says.
This approach accurately describes a number of research programs aimed at informing philosophical debates through interdisciplinary research.
Photography provided a method of storing information in less space and more accurately than was previously possible with narrative information.
To more accurately estimate dinosaur running speeds, Dececchi and his colleagues amassed measurements of hind limbs and published body mass estimates for 34 dinosaur specimens.
New facial-recognition technology can accurately identify travelers wearing masks 96% of the time, according to a test run by the Department of Homeland Security in early January.
—died Oct. 19, 1875, Paris), English physicist who popularized the Wheatstone bridge, a device that accurately measured electrical resistance and became widely used in laboratories.
The Code sets out what the BBC will do when commissioning content across all genres to ensure our content accurately represents and authentically portrays the diverse communities of the whole of the UK.
The “bruised self-image” of the president’s daughter, Sanderson wrote, “does not change the fact that this billboard accurately depicts her support of a federal response that has utterly failed to prevent an unmitigated tragedy for the United States”.
And for those who will respond that articles like this are only written about the “right” – or, more accurately, progressive left – political opinions, it’s not like there has been much articulation of why so many Brazilian footballers support Bolsonaro.
Another of these further goals lies in both expressing and cultivating in a translation’s readers a cosmopolitan respect for the Other—something that requires that the translation reproduce the Other’s meanings and musical forms as accurately as possible.
The second issue - assuming legal regulations are approved later this week - is the practical difficulty of getting groups to disperse and accurately identifying people who should not be on the streets, without losing public goodwill and sparking disorder.
The framework and model developed by the researchers allow water managers to test the impact of changes to detection, prosecution and conviction systems, and accurately measure the effectiveness of current penalties that may not provide an effective deterrent.
The National Police Chiefs Council's lead on homophobic crimes, Assistant Chief Constable Mark Hamilton, says: "Traditionally, homophobic hate crime has been significantly under-reported and we do not believe that current statistics accurately reflect actual levels of abuse.
"We had all got used to the fact that there wasn’t a great deal of difference in foreign policy between the two main political parties, and here suddenly the nation was split right down the middle, pro and against Suez, and the BBC felt it its duty to reflect accurately, as accurately as it could, the situation in Britain."
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Example: he works very accurately
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We had all got used to the fact that there wasnt a great deal of difference in foreign policy between the two main political parties and here suddenly the nation was split right down the middle pro and against Suez and the BBC felt it its duty to reflect accurately as accurately as it could the situation in Britain