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Systemic problems, including low wages, mean that many nursing homes are still relying on contract employees to fill shifts, inadvertently enabling the spread of the virus.
As the nation’s death toll since the start of the pandemic reached 250,000, officials spoke of the risks in stark terms, warning that as friends and relatives get together over the holidays, they could inadvertently bring the coronavirus with them.
By failing to swiftly vaccinate the world’s billions of young people, and allowing them to become infected, we could inadvertently nurture a new pandemic.
An interstellar ark transporting the last humans on Earth to a new home inadvertently brings along a shape-shifting alien stowaway in Breach, a new sci-fi action film starring Bruce Willis and directed by John Suits.
Hill is one of the most famous climbers of all time, yet somehow, this easily fact-checkable milestone was inadvertently erased by many major news outlets around the world last weekend.
Peppers’s right leg swung and made contact with Allen’s left leg, apparently inadvertently.
Coakley said that he had heard the concern was being generated on social media but that he has generally avoided such sites as the county has wrestled with the issue of a batch of some 15,000 absentee votes that were inadvertently uncounted.
Often those blocklists don’t lead to the outcome advertisers all want — as evidenced by the amount of content that was blocked at the onset of the coronavirus crisis that inadvertently raised the cost of media by artificially constraining inventory.
Wu says she’s also seen instances of startups inadvertently selling over 100% of their company.
Finally, the team argued that sharing a model’s “learned parameters,”—that is, the bread-and-butter of how they’re constructed—can inadvertently expose the training dataset and model to malicious attack or misuse.

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