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It’s a provocation to reinvent the process of AI development to include those who ultimately become subject to the algorithms.
The boundaries between the digital and analog all but disappeared as rage, provocation and gloating bounced back and forth, again and again.
Luther became a conservative darling this spring for her provocation, spending two days in custody on contempt of court charges.
That she praised Graham’s oversight of the process, and then got up and hugged him, was simply the final provocation for many liberals.
As my Vox colleague Jane Coaston pointed out, Miller delights in provocation for provocation’s sake.
STEPHEN MILLER, EXPLAINEDSEAN ILLINGOCTOBER 7, 2020VOX
Iran is no saint, and is entirely capable of provocations of its own.
IS WAR NEXT FOR 2020?CHARU KASTURISEPTEMBER 21, 2020OZY
Never, upon any account, or under any provocation, return rudeness by rudeness.
One thing is certain: Robert was in no aggressive mood, and would not have resumed hostilities without really serious provocation.
Perhaps they killed under great provocation, in the heat of passion.
The tremendous armies and monstrous navies have become far more a provocation and danger than a defense.
WAYS OF WAR AND PEACEDELIA AUSTRIAN

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