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Capturing ANWR and transforming it into a locus of fossil fuel extraction would be a massive physical and symbolic triumph for politicians who believe that resource extraction is the highest use of public lands.

Today, machine learning dominates, mostly by way of a family of algorithms called deep learning, while symbolic AI, the dominant approach in Deep Blue’s day, has faded into the background.

In a symbolic move, Cooney also announced that MTS will change its police chief’s title to better reflect Guaderrama’s responsibilities.

The Police Reform Push Comes for MTSLisa Halverstadt and Jesse MarxJune 25, 2020Voice of San Diego

Evidence of symbolic behavior at the site comes from three beads made from seashells and another three beads fashioned out of pieces of a red pigment called ochre.

The name by which the fruit was known to the Greeks indicates its size; with the Latins its name was symbolic of its perfume.

Science in the Kitchen.Mrs. E. E. Kellogg

This, however, would be in direct conflict with the known laws of symbolic language.

Few religions have been without these symbolic representations of complex characters.

The Grotesque in Church ArtT. Tindall Wildridge

But there was one other figure, which arose to symbolic dignity.

Wounds in the rainStephen Crane

It is all symbolic, and as a symbol the physicist leaves it.

Autobiography of a YOGIParamhansa Yogananda

Still, he supposed the grim-faced guards had a symbolic value.


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