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The signals are also used to approximately measure distance.
That’s the problem Neatsy wants its AI to tackle by incorporating another more individual fit signal into the process.
Out of 170 cases of covid-19 so far, 162 were in the placebo group — a strong signal the vaccine protected people.
A microphone picked up the ultrasound signals during a bat survey, and Miard tracked the source to colugos.
The instrument platform held a receiver that could be moved to different locations above the disk, giving it the ability to resolve signals from more directions than its fixed dish might suggest.
Yet at the very same time some federal regulators are signaling that it is time to move on, other regulators are telling the victims’ families that they must wait longer to seek accountability for the crashes.
Those findings provided an unmistakable signal that the vaccine was providing protection against the virus.
A new chili-shaped device could quickly signal whether adding the pepper to a meal might set your mouth ablaze.
So the supposed signal was actually a quirk in the guide camera’s electronics — not a message from space.
Typically, teams win half of these games in any given year, signaling that the Bills may be overperforming.

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