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In a briefing on Tuesday, the prime minister said he may introduce measures like price controls to prevent economic sabotage.
Brittleness requires AI to learn a certain level of flexibility, but sabotage—or “adversarial attacks”—is becoming an increasingly recognized problem.
However, there is no public information about this terrorist group or about the sabotage attributed to it.
Machel died in a 1986 plane crash in nearby South Africa, an incident widely believed to have been an act of sabotage by the country’s apartheid government.
This not only was seen as election sabotage, but it pointlessly jeopardized paychecks, Medicare payments, and deliveries of needed pharmaceuticals to patients.
This was a simple matter when the strikers were guilty of trespass, arson, or sabotage.
Sabotage places human life—and especially the life of the only useful class—higher than all else in the universe.
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And you can search that book until you are black in the face and you won't find a word in there about sabotage.
THE EVERETT MASSACREWALKER C. SMITH
But whether you believe sabotage to be good, bad, or indifferent, really is not vital in this case except as a circumstance.
THE EVERETT MASSACREWALKER C. SMITH
Sabotage is as broad and changing as industry, as flexible as the imagination and passions of humanity.'
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