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In other industries, however, there may be an opportunity to update existing content instead of creating something from scratch that heavily overlaps with what you’ve already published.
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By helping us get smarter together, community intelligence holds untapped potential of which we are just starting to scratch the surface.
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Neural networks can learn these rules from scratch, by trial and error, but that takes lots of time, computing power, and data—all of which can be expensive.
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What Dom and I have hit upon is a way to do everything from scratch that lets you start off working model-independently.
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Boyd said, “Apple has the benefit of starting from scratch and learning from the mistakes of Yelp and Google.”
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Also, TuSimple isn’t building their network of robot trucks from scratch.
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So at the beginning of March 2019, we started to build the whole platform from scratch, utilizing the Multisite WordPress feature.
You can use these steps to revise your existing ORM workflow or build a new one from scratch.
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WORDS RELATED TO SCRATCH
- bend over backwards
- break one's back
- break one's neck
- exert oneself
- give it one's best shot
- give the old college try
- go all out
- have one's nose to grindstone
- make every effort
- plug away
- take a crack
- take a stab
- take on
- try one's hardest
- work like a dog
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