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Blurry license plate reader images, imprecise location tracking systems, misunderstood social media posts and misidentified facial recognition matches all could muddy an investigation or falsely implicate an innocent person.
The 30% to 99% range that the researchers posit for the amount of Martian water stored in the ground is admittedly imprecise—and will likely narrow definitively only when humans can collect fresh samples and study them up close.
The government agency says the data is not an appropriate metric because it is too imprecise to measure the effectiveness of Oregon’s logging rules.
TIMBER TAX CUTS COST OREGON TOWNS BILLIONS. THEN POLLUTED WATER DROVE UP THE PRICE.BY TONY SCHICK, OREGON PUBLIC BROADCASTING, AND ROB DAVIS, THE OREGONIAN/OREGONLIVEJANUARY 1, 2021PROPUBLICA
Measurement is still imprecise for many advertisers with the likes of McLaren only able to offer softer metrics like brand exposure.
One thing that strikes me about looking at the curve is, it feels too imprecise to see it grouped just by year of age.
One single fact may make a law appear, where a multitude of imprecise and vague observations would only produce confusion.
Language is ambiguous, imprecise, and not neutral in respect to the phenomena observed and accounted for.

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