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While Google has kept relatively quiet since then, IBM is making more noise about its business plans.

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Nick Perham, at the Cardiff Metropolitan University in the UK, has researched background noise and office sounds.

He was surprised they’d even heard him because of all the noise.

First, the mass deployment of language models like GPT-3 has the potential to flood the Internet, including online interactions on social media, with noise.

Bricker said the company may be paying bills without questioning them because it doesn’t “want to create any noise” by saying no at a time its own earnings are so high, Bricker said.

The sound of birds, quail, even doe, make a wild grid of noise.

The “rooty toot toot” is simply the noise the horns make, while “rummy tum tum” is the drums.

That is a lot of air pollution, noise, and yet more kicking up of dust.

For aesthetic reasons, ski resort operators try to limit the noise and infrastructure associated with producing power.

Equipped with sensors, the benches will be able to provide data on weather conditions, noise, and air quality.

The noise of his slumbers culminated in a sudden, choking grunt, and abruptly ceased.

Drowned every few seconds by our tremendous salvoes, this more nervous noise crept back insistently into our ears in the interval.

The riches of the unjust shall be dried up like a river, and shall pass away with a noise like a great thunder in rain.

The offspring of the ungodly shall not bring forth many branches, and make a noise as unclean roots upon the top of a rock.

The noise of the hammer is always in his ears, and his eye is upon the pattern of the vessel he maketh.


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On this page you'll find 93 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to noise, such as: blast, buzz, cacophony, clamor, commotion, and crash.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.