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This gives rangers a more accurate image and location to track than earlier systems that captured and reported on pictures of all wildlife, which ran down the trackers’ battery life.
CAN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE GIVE ELEPHANTS A WINNING EDGE?WALTER THOMPSONNOVEMBER 20, 2020TECHCRUNCH
The idea, according to proponents, is to follow the money, as it provides a more accurate reflection of public sentiment than polling models that have appeared increasingly tenuous in recent elections.
BETTING MARKETS CALLED THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION MORE ACCURATELY THAN POLLSREYMASHAYEKHINOVEMBER 19, 2020FORTUNE
“I do not have faith that the poll books are complete and accurate,” Palmer said.
FOR THREE HOURS, AN OBSCURE COUNTY BOARD IN MICHIGAN WAS AT THE CENTER OF U.S. POLITICSKAYLA RUBLE, TOM HAMBURGER, DAVID FAHRENTHOLDNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Everyone’s work around a digital twin of the project is accurate and up-to-date.
LEVERAGING COLLECTIVE INTELLIGENCE AND AI TO BENEFIT SOCIETYJASON SPARAPANINOVEMBER 18, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
“All taken together, we went really quite far to distribute reliable and accurate information,” Zuckerberg said.
SENATORS ATTACK FACEBOOK AND TWITTER OVER LABELING ELECTION MISINFORMATIONDANIELLE ABRILNOVEMBER 17, 2020FORTUNE
It is “completely irresponsible” to take a less-accurate test and say it applies to all situations, said Melissa Miller, director of the clinical microbiology lab at the University of North Carolina.
RAPID TESTING IS LESS ACCURATE THAN THE GOVERNMENT WANTS TO ADMITBY LISA SONGNOVEMBER 16, 2020PROPUBLICA
We plan to expand to other state highway systems in the next few years with a goal to better accommodate increased traffic and provide accurate estimates of road conditions during construction and its life.
SMART CONCRETE COULD PAVE THE WAY FOR HIGH-TECH, COST-EFFECTIVE ROADSLUNA LUNOVEMBER 13, 2020SINGULARITY HUB
That leaves at least 3 million people without coverage, the most added in a single year since accurate record-keeping began in 1968.
MANY WORKERS WHO LOST THEIR JOBS DUE TO COVID NEED HELP FINDING HEALTH COVERAGELBELANGER225NOVEMBER 10, 2020FORTUNE
WORDS RELATED TO ACCURATELY
- beyond doubt
- beyond question
- de facto
- in actuality
- in fact
- in reality
- in truth
- with devotion
- without a doubt
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