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They plan to update the model’s training process to penalize such overlap so it learns to avoid repetition over time.
On police reform and the stuff that was in our George Floyd Justice in Policing Act, there was a ton of overlap back in June.
He went further, analyzing 400 languages spread across continents and millennia and proved that the overlap between some of them was too extensive to be an accident.
If you see a competitor suddenly having a high overlap rate when they haven’t in the past, you know that they’ve likely scaled up their budget.
Often overlooked amid Facebook’s crowded conversations, Instagram’s glossy imagery and Twitter’s fire hose of news, YouTube and other video sites have typically been regarded as niche online properties with little overlap in American debate.
Hitchhiking can thrive, Reid explained, only when there’s an overlap between the demand for rides — people who think hitchhiking is a pretty good idea — and drivers willing to pull to the roadside and take a chance on a stranger.
The overlap was surprisingly large, though each virus strain had its own bag of tricks.
A third of the officers were involved in shootings, suggesting there’s an overlap between officers involved in excessive force cases and those willing to punish speech they find personally offensive.
Lawyers and researchers, however, said the overlap between officers willing to write seditious language tickets and complaints lodged against them is a red flag that could point to more significant structural problems within SDPD.
Bob Cummins, a law professor and trial lawyer in Portland who helped write the American Bar Association’s uniform rules for professional conduct, said the overlap between serious sanctions and Maine’s court-appointed attorneys warranted more study.
MAINE HIRES LAWYERS WITH CRIMINAL RECORDS TO DEFEND ITS POOREST RESIDENTSBY SAMANTHA HOGAN, THE MAINE MONITOR, WITH DATA ANALYSIS BY AGNEL PHILIPOCTOBER 6, 2020PROPUBLICA