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While AI algorithms can be optimized for current computers, they’re likely to hit a dead end when it comes to efficiency.
Break the grammar with too many mutations, or mutations in critical spots, and the virus will no longer be able to enter a cell and replicate, and will reach an evolutionary dead end.
You’d have to subpoena bank records and lawyers, as well as human sources, and even then you frequently hit a dead end.
The bulk of these mistakes are meaningless—false starts and dead ends—that have no impact on humans.
By taking her smell loss seriously, getting a rapid test and self-isolating, she created a dead end for the virus, breaking the transmission chain before the virus could spread to anyone else.
The finding contradicts prior research which had essentially argued that because it could be shown that there were a few datasets for which no representative sample existed, summarization itself was a dead end.
Today’s products are far from dead ends for what the broader industry does with the technology.
After hitting some dead ends, Tetreault reached out to Murray Horwitz who runs “The Big Broadcast,” a weekly show of vintage radio programming on WAMU, Washington’s National Public Radio station.
I loved the way the trails were off-camber and we had to step around large rocks and duck under snaggly trees—and how sometimes we’d arrive at a dead end.
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That bat-winged gliding turned out to be a dead end along the path to the evolution of flight, researchers say.

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