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The real difference is that a wholesale—or even partial—relocation of a company’s primary operations is no longer a prerequisite for success.
Because retraining the neural network on another task disrupts those weights, the AI is essentially forced to “forget” its previous knowledge as a prerequisite to learn something new.
Now that expensive hardware and software are no longer prerequisites for innovation, thanks to the rise of cloud computing, startups can play on the same field as, and sometimes even beat, larger competitors.
Diversity in the C-suite is now considered a prerequisite for a company’s viability and long-term success.
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Just as in the practice of medicine an accurate diagnosis is an indispensable prerequisite to correct therapeutics, so also here.
Moral excellence is also an indispensable prerequisite in aiding the development of the theoretical powers.
But in order to be able to realize this perfectly a necessary prerequisite is the improvement of the body.
The intelligent control of voluntary attention is a prerequisite to clear and distinct perception.
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