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That’s a good indication of how you can disrupt and innovate in new markets.
Bitcoin, the first cryptocurrency, was designed to disrupt the power of governments and conventional financial institutions.
Under Ricardo’s leadership, we believe Jüsto is positioned for significant expansion as it disrupts and transforms the legacy grocery value chain.
The latest generation of deep-learning-based facial recognition has completely disrupted our norms of consent.
That, in turn, gave way to "zoombombing," the term for when Internet trolls join online meetings with the goal of disrupting them and harassing their participants.
The NFL’s postseason has not been disrupted by coronavirus-related issues since the Cleveland Browns won an opening-round game at Pittsburgh without Coach Kevin Stefanski and several players.
Especially when it comes to raising sons, Dad still believes the Oedipal fallacy that maternal dependence must be disrupted by a reality that’s hard, cold, and mythologically masculine.
The NFL’s postseason has not been disrupted since the Cleveland Browns won an opening-round game at Pittsburgh without Coach Kevin Stefanski and several players following positive tests.
More and better data can also reveal other obstacles that can disrupt an equitable rollout.
The ultimate blame for yesterday lies with the unhinged criminals who broke down doors, trampled our nation’s flag, fought with law enforcement, and tried to disrupt our democracy, and with those who incited them.

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