Thesaurus / noise
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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.
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He was surprised they’d even heard him because of all the noise.
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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.
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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.
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Recordings from each channel are filtered to root out obvious noise, and the spikes are then detected in real time.
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Quibi had made all kinds of noise ahead of its April 6 launch.
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As a result, it became more competitive for publishers to “break through the noise,” she said, and forced media companies to develop new personalized, real-time coverage to their audiences.
In 2020, using the latest trends in video advertising is a sure way to break through informational noise and win the hearts of your potential customers.
WORDS RELATED TO NOISE
- big noise
- public notice
- public relations
- shouting match
- hot air
- idle talk
- small talk
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