“We’re the supplier to the whole world,” says Dally.
Perhaps without fear of competition, you dally awhile in the archives.
After that I was like, ‘We can’t really dilly-dally with these sorts of things.’”
DOUG FORD, who is due to be sworn in as Ontario’s premier on June 29th, will not dally.
“We got into AI after a breakfast meeting I had with Andrew Ng,” says Dally.
To fall in love with Havana walk, dance and dally along her dramatic, slouching streets.
Don’t dally indoors - there’s some incredible outdoor experiences waiting to be had in London.
“We achieved roughly the same performance with 48 GPUs that they had done with 16,000 CPUs,” says Dally.
Dally as the parliamentarians may, the fib underpinning Lebanon’s political system will only become more egregious.
Still, with more women ascending the political ladder the chances increase that some of them will dally and get caught.
By 1904 Dally had developed severe ulcers on both hands and arms, which soon became cancerous and caused his early death.
This reward "reinforced our commitment to our people's well-being and recognizes the importance of disconnecting," Dally said.
On a Tuesday in September 2019, Tom Dally boarded a train from Leeds to London with 16 insects slowly defrosting in his luggage.
By the standards of recent special prosecutors, that is fast work, and it confirms Mueller’s reputation as someone who doesn’t like to dally.
The January thaw has come and gone, leaving behind only the grim expectation that spring may dally not just through March but into April as well.
And you can dally almost anywhere, too – at the back of a bus or on national television – I’ve seen Stephen Fry do it on QI with the whole world watching.”
Repeating that procedure for every bug in each of the nets would have taken hours, so Dally improvised a quicker solution – essentially a handheld vacuum cleaner that has been modified to hoover up insects.
“Now that we have deep learning it’s possible to make robots interact with their environment,” says Bill Dally, Nvidia’s chief scientist and senior vice president of research, in reference to the robot kitchen helper.
Dally – who seemed genuinely mournful about having to kill anything – took the tube from King's Cross to South Kensington, and spent the evening in a room at Imperial College, extracting the specimens from tissue-stuffed plastic jars and pinning the dead insects to pieces of card.
Heads up though, this place gets rather crowded in the early evening, and while they do convert pool tables and such into seating for larger sporting events, it’s still very much recommended that you don’t dilly dally when it comes to getting in there and grabbing yourself a spot.
- behave carelessly or indifferently
- waste time
Example: Get busy--don't dally!
- talk or behave amorously, without serious intentions
- consider not very seriously
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