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noun as in circle, spiral

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To tally the possibilities implied by a loop, theorists must turn to a summing operation known as an integral.

The McAfee researchers say their goal is ultimately to demonstrate the inherent vulnerabilities in these AI systems and make clear that human beings must stay in the loop.

As you have now navigated the ins and outs of the forecast, there’s still one more thing that may get the customer stuck in a loop.

In contrast, the new prediction method is rooted in the intricacies of how and when the sun’s tangled loops of magnetic fields rearrange themselves, in a process known as magnetic reconnection, releasing bursts of energy that mark solar flares.

How exactly that would happen is far from clear, so for the time being it seems like it might be a good idea to keep humans in the loop for most AI decision-making.

Just being able to be in the loop when something is happening, it just works.

The outré character is sure to throw even the most ardent fans of the Golden Globe winner for a loop.

From the roof of the barn is a long loop of rope, through this the turkey is suspended by its legs.

I am coming from Venice [Film Festival], so I am a little bit out of the time loop.

The system could operate on a closed loop, recycling its water and harnessing the power of the sun.

Finish off with a button and loop, and flute the frill on each side over the finger to make it set.

The hawser was made into a loop around his body and the other end was tied around the mother.

This time we made a double loop around him, and also made him hold on to the rope around the tree with his trunk.

A small loop, slipped over the point of the lower stick, held the noose in position.

A small nail or button—anything larger than the loop in the wire—should be attached to the kite string a few feet from the kite.


On this page you'll find 101 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to loop, such as: coil, curve, bend, circuit, circumference, and convolution.

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