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The model neurons in DNNs are to real neurons what stick figures are to people, and the way they’re connected is equally as sketchy, he suggested.
This is true in the specific—Colorado’s avalanche risk was “considerable” at the time of the accidents and hasn’t been this sketchy since 2012, which saw 11 avalanche deaths in the state.
Check what you’re comfortable with, and if something looks sketchy, don’t think twice before removing its access to your information.
As a healthy security habit, you should often take the time to ensure there are no sketchy sites accessing your information.
This kind of stuff shows up in the form of Facebook pages impersonating candidates, sketchy digital campaign ads and fabricated news content designed to deceive.
Thus he rapidly filled the holes in the walls of his knowledge, and strengthened its rather sketchy foundation.
My friend gave me a sketchy view of its meaning, and assured me it was usually done in grave cases.
A WOMAN'S PART IN A REVOLUTIONNATALIE HARRIS HAMMOND
And forthwith a very sketchy warrior stepped, with a very martial air, upon the paper.
He with the smears of paint on his elegant trousers is giving the q-b a sketchy outline of his now grande passion.
SEA AND SARDINIAD. H. LAWRENCE
What I knew about Thorndyke was sketchy enough but they got it all because I didn't have any reason for covering up.
HIGHWAYS IN HIDINGGEORGE OLIVER SMITH

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