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The idea is similar to editing a Wikipedia entry, though digital gardens are not meant to be the ultimate word on a topic.
In some ways, the coronavirus has been the ultimate stress test for whether or not Bud Light’s investments in gaming over the last five years have been worth it.
The remaining amount will be split between applicants, so the ultimate payout will depend on how many people apply.
The ultimate goal for Neuralink, Musk explained at a 2019 launch event, is a “full brain-machine interface” that will achieve a “symbiosis with artificial intelligence.”
Most publishers would certainly agree with Apple’s ultimate end-goal of improving user privacy and the overall user experience.
For Forbes, the result was a rejuvenated business and ultimate sale.
This is in line with OpenAI’s ultimate ambition to achieve more generalizable machine intelligence.
Yang’s ultimate goal is for Americans to be able to claim their data as a property right and get paid for it if they choose to share it.
In The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams, the haughty supercomputer Deep Thought is asked whether it can find the answer to the ultimate question concerning life, the universe, and everything.
Belief in his own value had never been thus assailed before; that he was indispensable had been an ultimate assurance.
THE WAVEALGERNON BLACKWOOD

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