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DeepMind’s technological leap could make accurately predicting these folds a much less time and resource-consuming process, which could dramatically change the pace at which our understanding of diseases and therapeutics progresses.
Adobe hopes that by bringing another marketing tool into the fold, it can help its customers increase the likelihood of a positive online customer experience.
“We’re reaching peak newsletter saturation at this point and there has to be a unique way to bring subscribers into the fold,” said Mike Donoghue, CEO of Subtext.
Earlier this year we showed how to approximate any three-dimensional shape by taking a flat sheet and introducing folds.
Keeping the folds you just made on the inside, fold it like a hot dog bun or a taco shell.
That folding wireless staff you use on the Marigold is repeated right on the top of that tower.
She was folding and tying with a narrow ribbon some papers as she spoke, and her eyes snapped behind her glasses.
At first geologists were disposed to attribute all the phenomena of mountain-folding to the progressive cooling of the earth.
OUTLINES OF THE EARTH'S HISTORYNATHANIEL SOUTHGATE SHALER
Lamb could visualize him putting his coat on a hanger, carefully folding a scarf over it.
The owner of the slippers was folding the robe and laying it over the rail, and grumbling to himself all the while.
CABIN FEVERB. M. BOWER

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