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As the machines become more controllable and less error-prone, they become more useful.
Alcántara doesn’t fit with Liverpool’s recent transfer strategy — he’s 29 and injury prone — but he would certainly give the Reds a different look going forward.
There is no doubt that many people would be prone to anthropomorphize even a simple chatbot built with GPT-3.
Here’s an example of the tool in action on a million-dollar property in flood-prone Beverly Hills, Calif.
While in the future we may be able to build quantum computers that are less prone to disturbances, in the meantime we will need to find ways to mitigate the errors they cause.
People who are prone to hearing voices, it turns out, tend to talk about them.
The area where the development would be built is highly prone to wildfires.
The idea behind many of these schemes is to combine multiple error-prone qubits to form one more reliable qubit.
Last night I saw Jean Baptiste lying prone upon the floor, and knew that she had beaten him down to it, and he had not resisted.
THE HOMESTEADEROSCAR MICHEAUX
He was flung down heavily, and pinned prone in a corner by one of those bullies who knelt on his spine.
ST. MARTIN'S SUMMERRAFAEL SABATINI

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