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noun as in interrelatedness

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So, this interconnectedness, the peer-to-peer interconnectedness of these edge devices, requires us to rethink or change the way we think about computing.

Everybody takes a hit thanks to the interconnectedness of the global economy.

Communities with high amounts of interconnectedness and communal trust — what experts call social capital — experienced less severe coronavirus outbreaks in 2020, according to research published in the journal PLOS One.

If everyone could get an “overview” of Earth like future space settlers would, he thought, they would grasp our interconnectedness and be forever moved to protect the planet and each other.

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Read and watch more of our conversation for Steinem’s perspective on the interconnectedness of activist movements past and present here.

From Fortune

And this is where the plague outbreak does resemble Ebola—as a grim reminder of the consequences of our global interconnectedness.

That interconnectedness is beautiful when you see it in nature.

The scientist James Lovelock named his influential theory of global interconnectedness the Gaia hypothesis after her.

It is also a good idea, in my view, to limit the size and the interconnectedness of banks.

How can we measure “interconnectedness” when its very complexity still eludes our ability to understand its extent?

Calls for nursing might include a call to be known as caring person and a call to have interconnectedness recognized and affirmed.

To know of, through and with nursing necessitates methods and techniques that honor freedom, creativity, and interconnectedness.

Each person grows in caring through interconnectedness with other.

The interconnectedness of the world takes rather subtle aspects when it comes to food.

Distributed knowledge and interconnectedness have replaced the structure of top-down command.


On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to interconnectedness, such as: interrelation, analogy, association, communion, connection, and correlation.

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