335 examples of Accuracy in a sentence
Even the slightest hint of color on the underbelly of a cloud would inform them and help them navigate with the keenest
Scientists at the University of Minnesota did a study in which they could predict with 77 percent accuracy, at age 18 months, who was going to graduate from high school, based on who had good attachment with mom.
Through our leadership, we have brought cutting-edge, world-leading assets that can perform air-quality forecasting at an unprecedented resolution and accuracy, benefiting the city that I drove into one winter morning not very long ago, and thought to myself, "Something is wrong here.
Each mirror, there are four of them, is made of a single piece of glass, a monolithic piece of high-tech ceramic, that has been ground down and polished to such
that the only way to understand what that is is [to] imagine a city like Paris, with all its buildings and the Eiffel Tower, if you grind down Paris to that kind of accuracy, you would be left with bumps that are one millimeter high.
It means that when we look at people and see a person from Africa and a person from Europe or Asia, we cannot, for a single position in the genome with 100 percent accuracy, predict what the person would carry.
And allowed them, with high accuracy, to predict the spins of the wheels, enabling them to make big financial gains.
Here was an army that had just had experience in the First World War, where millions of men fought each other in the trenches, getting nowhere, making no progress, and here someone had come up with a device that allowed them to fly up in the skies high above enemy territory and destroy whatever they wanted with pinpoint
It is this weapon of devastating
Now what is the
of those drones?
We think we're now at 95 percent
when it comes to drone strikes.
In that exact same period that we've been using these drones with devastating accuracy, the number of attacks, of suicide attacks and terrorist attacks, against American forces in Afghanistan has increased tenfold.
The issue isn't the
of the bombs you have, it's how you use the bombs you have, and more importantly, whether you ought to use bombs at all.
They collect millions of points at a time with very high
and very high resolution.
This is actual 3D points with two to three millimeter
So let's just say the
in this room was not very high.
Then it goes through a process called peer review, which essentially means that other experts are checking it for
It's hard to overstate the effect that this change in
has had on us.
matters, and things have only improved over the last 10 years.
This level of
has unleashed a firestorm of innovation.
But we now stand on the verge of another revolution in geolocation
But you and I and other innovators, we can see the potential in this next leap in
Not terribly damaged, but where the water had caused that discoloration on the girl's face had to be repaired with such
Actually, my student Thanasis, I have to plug him, because he's done some fantastic work, and now he has proved that it works over the mobile telephone network as well, which enables this project, and we're getting 99 percent
They're volatile, and as a result, we all need to remember to be cautious, that the
of our memories is not measured in how vivid they are nor how certain you are that they're correct.
on average when you have to tell if somebody that just said a statement is lying or not.
But we design tasks on the computer where we can measure, to millisecond accuracy, how good they are at switching from one task to another.
One of the best parts of the sensor, though, is that it has close to 100 percent accuracy, and can detect the cancer in the earliest stages, when someone has close to 100 percent chance of survival.
Large prime numbers are a great way of testing the speed and
of computer chips.
Of course, the
keeps getting worse.
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