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Although imposing dubious regulatory corrections onto run-amok commercial systems are of limited utility, new public interest obligations for our digital age could be part of the solution.
What happened in Germany was that there was a major correction in course, which obviously had to happen based on what happened in the ’30s and ’40s.
BORIS KODJOE: TEACH RACIAL HISTORYEUGENE ROBINSONFEBRUARY 2, 2021OZY
The state’s GOP responded not by considering course corrections, but by doubling down in ways that seem likely to make it harder to curtail Democratic gains there in the future.
People of color and immigrants are overrepresented not just in grocery jobs but also in meatpacking, public transit and corrections facilities, where outbreaks have taken a heavy toll.
ESSENTIAL WORKERS GET LOST IN THE VACCINE SCRUM AS STATES PRIORITIZE THE ELDERLYLENA H. SUN, ISAAC STANLEY-BECKER, AKILAH JOHNSONFEBRUARY 1, 2021WASHINGTON POST
A system alerts satellite operators to potential collision paths and allows for course corrections where possible.
Indeed, if you follow up on the tale of crabby old Gilbert Clarke in the 1600s, it turns out that Newton took his complaints to heart and made corrections in the second edition of Principia, based on those prompts.
We also made a correction after initially stating that the EU’s investigation had taken four years, starting in 2017.
Eventually they hit a wall and go into a major painful correction, and nobody can predict when it will happen.
In order to apply corrections to algorithms, we need to identify the output of false positives or false negatives—a task that’s often best carried out by humans.
Such a correction system means that coronaviruses change more slowly over time than other viruses that also use RNA as their genetic blueprint, such as influenza.

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