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This may not translate to anything where you’re from, but Ishaq’s nickname, largely because of a brilliant academic record, was Newton.
FOUR SONS, ONE WAR: ALL DEADEUGENE ROBINSONSEPTEMBER 25, 2020OZY
MTS’s public security committee on Thursday appointed a steering committee that includes advocates, academics and community leaders who are expected to assist with the outside review.
Savoie says that some academic quantum researchers have wrongly disparaged current uses of quantum computers and quantum algorithms because they can’t yet do things that are impossible to do on a classical computer.
Some experts have proposed leveling out the playing field by increasing government funding to academic labs for AI research.
The academics surveyed nearly 1,000 venture capitalists—572 in the US and 381 elsewhere—and asked them to rate the health of the startups in their investment portfolios.
While academics and journalists debate whether stakeholder capitalism makes sense, these companies are demonstrating its power around the world.
With such academic brilliance, you would have thought that RBG would have been fielding a host of job offers.
THE GLORIOUS RBGTRACY MORANSEPTEMBER 20, 2020OZY
Milton claimed that Nikola was working to commercialize battery technology it had licensed from academic researchers, while declining to name those researchers.
Goff has published over 40 articles in academic journals, and also writes for newspapers and magazines, such as The Guardian, Aeon, the New Statesman, the Times Literary Supplement and Philosophy Now.
A former Fulbright scholar, with a doctorate in applied mathematics, Leavitt used to run the academic computing program at the University at Buffalo.

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