machine-driven


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Adj.1.machine-driven - operated by automationmachine-driven - operated by automation; "an automated stoker"
automatic - operating with minimal human intervention; independent of external control; "automatic transmission"; "a budget deficit that caused automatic spending cuts"
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Tessella's proven capability in data analytics will enhance Altran's Intelligent Systems solution and VueForge(TM) offer, as explained by Dominique Cerutti, Chairman and CEO of the Altran Group: "As our global economy becomes increasingly data-driven, we know that we need to provide enhanced solutions to help our clients to derive tangible value from the exponential growth of machine-driven Big Data.
Made possible by a combination of machine-driven actions, alerts, and a dynamic recommendation engine, Quote-to-Cash Intelligence incorporates the new capabilities of Wave Analytics to allow decision makers to take relevant, informed actions across the enterprise.
We don't quite have to worry about a machine-driven apocalypse--Bill Gates thinks that possibility is still a few decades off.
To help you keep your garden healthy and beautiful, we also offer manual as well as machine-driven garden tools.
High-earning jobs on trading floors have been squeezed by the growth in machine-driven trading and broader cuts at banks since the 2008 financial crisis, and lenders are also putting aside billions against the cost of litigation over charges they manipulated currency and interest rate markets.
ACD and eDirectGlass have bound up to integrate their technologies and deepen their market collaboration; enabling ACD customers to roll out seamless automotive glass claim programs while providing automotive glass shops with a new conduit for machine-driven jobs and self-claim authorization, as part of the partnership.
ISLAMABAD, January 29, 2010 (Balochistan Times): Former President of Sarhad Chambers of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) Haji Haleem Jan Friday asked Federal Bureau of Revenue (FBR) to adopt machine-driven procedures to collect revenues which could change the destiny of Pakistan.
Black-and-white photographs and sketches on virtually every other page enhance The Fire & the Word: A History of the Zapatista Movement, a chronicle of the modern social movement in Mexico that had its origins in 1983 and became known to the world at large in 1994, in protest of globalization, corporate neoliberalism, the North American Free Trade Agreement and consequent end of Mexican crop subsidies (since Mexican crops were no longer able to financially compete with machine-driven American agribusiness), and other issues.
This machine-driven world" bore the brunt of her fury.
You have to hear it to know what this urgent machine-driven cutting-edge blast of prime dance floor action is all about.
Google is applying the same machine-driven techniques it uses to help consumers search the web for text, images, video and books to help professional programmers as well as com puter enthusiasts overcome stumbling blocks to writing code.