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Overall, many of the principles Barr put forward are unobjectionable in general.
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Generally speaking, they do this by creating guidelines and principles for developers, funders, and regulators to follow.
This means that, in principle, an algorithm might learn to represent the meaning of words simply from their distributions in a large amount of text.
You write all human languages are unified by a simple principle.
Abouheif thinks that what is happening in carpenter ants may illustrate a broader principle involving symbioses and evolution.
These principles have not only impacted how we work internally, but have permeated our core behavior change product as well.
CEOs can anchor their statements in the values they believe in and the basic democratic principles with which the vast majority of Americans agree.
Last week, I argued that IKEA’s embrace of “democratic design” principles is a key reason the Swedish home furnishings giant is thriving amid a pandemic that has dragged scores of other big-box retailers into bankruptcy.
Blogging for Business is no exception, and includes sections on everything from basic principles of blogging to growing companies, to creating content that promotes itself.
Eighteenth-century philosopher Immanuel Kant said that the guiding principle behind ethical behavior was to follow the “categorical imperative.”

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