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For example, the UK-based digital health company Babylon Health came under fire in 2018 for announcing that its diagnostic chatbot was “on par with human doctors,” on the basis of a test that critics argued was misleading.

Lam has responded to the testing scheme’s critics, accusing experts who oppose the effort of “smearing” Beijing in an attempt to “sever Hong Kong’s relations with the central government.”

From Fortune

For a long time, critics of pure deep-learning approaches, such as Gary Marcus, have been calling for exactly the sort of hybrid approaches NDTT represents.

From Fortune

Critics of the regulationMedia analyst Ben Thompson points out media mogul Rupert Murdoch owns most of the Australian press and has been the platforms’ biggest critic.

From Digiday

I am but a film critic, so I won’t pretend to understand or fully explain the entire history of the Sator square here.

From Vox

A lot of your reflections on the classics are pretty intense, have you ever thought about being a film critic?

“Every critic encounters one book like that,” was his reply.

Greste has also taken a stand in prison as a staunch critic of what has transpired.

Film critic David Ehrlich continues his annual tradition of making a supercut of his favorite films of the year.

However, he asked her to give up her career as a political journalist—she subsequently became a book critic.

Her attachment to impressionism leads this artist to many experiments in color—or, as one critic wrote, "to play with color."

Peter Elmsly, a partner of the celebrated Paul Valliant, and himself an importer of books and no mean critic and linguist, died.

She is, however, a severe critic of her own work and is greatly disturbed by indiscriminating praise.

Dominic Bouhours, a French Jesuit, died; celebrated as a learned writer and critic.

If the critic repents his evil deeds, it is because something has happened to awake his remorse.


On this page you'll find 72 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to critic, such as: authority, cartoonist, commentator, expert, judge, and pundit.

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