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The EEG results too, while intriguing, are hard to interpret because the experimenters did not control for the scene the subjects were looking at during the recordings.
Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai announced plans for his organization to interpret the section 230, but it’s still unclear if it even has the authority to do so.
Tests are quite valuable, but have to be interpreted within context.
The work is highly mathematical and has a Rube Goldberg quality to it, stringing together one calculational trick after another in a way that is hard to interpret.
The “passage indexing” announcement caused some confusion in the SEO community with several interpreting the change initially as an “indexing” one.
They looked at it and they looked at the plain language of it, which is how folks interpret contracts.
Rather than being in the marketplace and hearing directly from customers, many executives spend time in meetings listening to middle managers interpret what is going on in the marketplace from data analysis.
They argue that under our system courts, not agencies, are supposed to interpret statutes.
Researchers from IBM and Pfizer have published details on a new AI model that interprets written speech, which they claim can predict whether a person will develop Alzheimer’s seven years before they show symptoms.
Four women – Justices Sandra Day O’Connor, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan – have now served on the small, slow-to-change Supreme Court, each with their different way of interpreting the law.

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