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A proliferation of new policy ideas often accompanies a changing of the guard in Washington.
CHINA STRATEGIES BLOOM IN WASHINGTONBETHANY ALLEN-EBRAHIMIANFEBRUARY 2, 2021AXIOS
The element of combat was introduced with the proliferation of hedge funds that actively short stocks to hedge their positions.
That’s one thing for coal, which is already on its way out, but Langer points out that the proliferation of new natural gas since 2005 is going to be a challenge for those big climate goals.
The proliferation of such events raises questions about the lines between misinformation and real-world action.
As even more data becomes ever more easily available online, and with the proliferation of artificial intelligence, I am convinced that the real world will become even more like the Internet if we don’t make changes.
Thanks to a proliferation in DNA testing, more people are figuring out they were “doctor conceived.”
First, it’s feeding the proliferation of all kinds of disinformation.
On the credit-reporting side, the growth of algorithms has been driven by the proliferation of data, which is easier than ever to collect and share.
Democrats are wary of Republicans using the Section 230 hearing to push claims that tech companies are biased against them, and they would prefer to focus on topics such as antitrust, privacy or the proliferation of misinformation on the platforms.
FACEBOOK, GOOGLE, TWITTER CEOS CLASH WITH CONGRESS IN PRE-ELECTION SHOWDOWNTONY ROMM, RACHEL LERMAN, CAT ZAKRZEWSKI, HEATHER KELLY, ELIZABETH DWOSKINOCTOBER 28, 2020WASHINGTON POST
It has been the more recent proliferation of low-cost smartphones around the world that has led to the more widespread adoption of mobile wallet alternatives to traditional credit cards.

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