Thesaurus / recognize

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To me, the broader lesson from that is recognizing what the issue is.
Maybe by the next election, computers will be better at recognizing the handiwork of other automated manipulators.
The names mentioned above are just a smattering of the people recognized on the list.
“The only way to safeguard the sector is for the government to step in and recognize that fashion and its supply chain is a truly strategic industry for the country, something Italy excels at globally,” he says.
We as a community need to recognize their power and strength so we have to affirm our family.
So I talked to a few managers and a therapist about how to recognize and curb this all-too-common workplace plague.
On second review, doing it more sensitively, the team that is responsible for dangerous organizations recognized that this violated the policies, and we took it down.
Where the criticism will come is if those leaders don’t recognize that coming out of this period their business models and structures need to be fit for purpose.
The previous subscription-only app is even testing a free, ad-supported tier in Australia and New Zealand, a seeming sign that Quibi recognizes it has yet to prove its programming is worth paying for.
Returning to the earlier example, Apple’s browser recognizes if Site X is only serving as a redirect tracking intermediary and wipes any data, such as first-party cookies, that Site X tries to store in a person’s browser to use to track them later.
WTF IS REDIRECT TRACKING?TIM PETERSONAUGUST 10, 2020DIGIDAY

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