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So, basically, the details are, we don’t have the full details, it’s a little bit of an opaque formula, but there’s a component called the VAR of it, which is value at risk.
The exchanges with policy-setters also benefit the scientists by illuminating decision-making processes, which can seem opaque when they go beyond the models’ math to consider other factors.
It is unclear why those posts were reinstated, as Facebook is notoriously opaque on its policies and their enforcement.
On the other stand the machines, whose algorithms possess astonishing predictive power but whose inner workings remain radically opaque to human observers.
To understand why, we need to examine the bipartisan history of immigration detention, as well as New Jersey’s unique county political machines and their enormous but often opaque power.
For us startup watchers on the hunt for a hint of what is going on in opaque private markets, this is a useful data point.
Commerce thrives on transparency, yet instruments such as company bans are opaque and seemingly arbitrary.
The most advanced also use forms of AI whose workings are opaque even if humans wanted to peer inside.
Those wishing to study the complex mysteries of human cognition must be satisfied with more opaque devices like EEG and fMRI.
That’s due in large part to the opaque nature of the way big tech companies operate.

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