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Now researchers have developed a liquid cooling system integrated directly within a microchip that dramatically outperforms previous approaches.
In fact, the first independent evaluation of an AI diagnostic tool that outperformed humans in spotting cancer on mammograms was published only last month.
Developers have been claiming that medical AIs outperform or match human ability for some time, and the pandemic has sent this trend into overdrive as companies compete to get their tools noticed.
They trade on the belief they’ll outperform the rest of the market.
Another assessment by Ally Invest, an online brokerage, found that Apple generally outperformed the market one year after its stock splits, on average.
To be sure, while value has historically outperformed growth, the run of high-flying and expensive tech stocks have been what’s pushed the market higher in recent months and years.
That prospect raises the odds that value will outperform growth by an even bigger margin than in most recoveries.
Historically, the cheaper value becomes in relation to growth and hence the overall market, the more it outperforms going forward.
You should be able to know what your competitors are doing and how you can outperform them.

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