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I think that some of these advances were already underway to some degree, and we are seeing the real value of systematic attention to the infrastructure for clinical trials, as well as the importance of innovation in how clinical trials are done.
We have to kind of take a more systematic approach to try to get more visitors kind of continuing to go to the organic channels.
There was a determined group within that crowd that that were systematic in how they reached the Capitol and were well coordinated.
The Tor browser, which aggregates users’ web traffic so that no individual stands out, is perhaps one of the most successful examples of systematic obfuscation.
We look like we have certain systematic biases about how we estimate whether we think other people can be trusted.
TRUST ME (EP. 266 REBROADCAST)STEPHEN J. DUBNERDECEMBER 31, 2020FREAKONOMICS
There is no systematic racism separate from our algorithmic contributions, from the hidden network of algorithmic deployments that regularly collapse on those who are already most vulnerable.
However, the few areas where the researchers identified declines are facing widespread, systematic losses that still need to be addressed.
Far more work is needed to incorporate systematic correlations among epidemic factors within particular groups in particular places.
According to a new systematic review of 15 published studies, the technology still requires manual contact tracing, social distancing, and mass testing in order to be effective.
But there was nothing systematic about the programme, no appearance of prearrangement nor even premeditation.

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