unprogrammable

unprogrammable

(ˌʌnprəʊˈɡræməbəl; ʌnˈprəʊɡræməbəl)
adj
not able to be programmed
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Implicit within the conceived restorative space, according to the compatible principle, there is room for the unprogrammable.
The point is, while artificial intelligence might mimic human behavior, there is an unprogrammable gap in precisely how a human will react compared to how a machine will.
So how can the manufacturer guarantee that no single unit will become unprogrammable before its specified number of write/erase cycles?
They are unprogrammable as a feature of their business model.
Hospitality joins the pure gift, pure forgiveness, faith, and justice as unconditional and unprogrammable expressions of the absolute future, of what is yet "to come" unimpeded by any horizon of expectation.
Since the computer is limited to handling only so much experience as can be abstracted in symbolic or numerical form, it is incapable of dealing directly, as organisms must, with the steady influx of concrete, unprogrammable experience.
He reports: "As information technology has proliferated across the economy, displacing people out of some occupations and into others, it is skills that are by their nature unprogrammable that attract a premium.
Programming the unprogrammable, which involves the automatic creation of computer programs for unconventional computing devices such as cellular automata, multi-agent systems, parallel systems, field-programmable gate arrays, field-programmable analog arrays, ant colonies, swarm intelligence, and distributed systems.
On the one hand, the functionality with which Adobe's Intelligent Document Platform invests active documents is fixed and unprogrammable.
The more I thought about it, the more I decided that there are huge swaths of existence that would be impenetrable--indescribable, unprogrammable, utterly unable to be represented--to a creature that did not eat or shit.
The health of our profession is more likely to result from our focus on, and accountability for, truly good leadership for all, than on the exclusive and virtually unprogrammable classic mentoring relationships that are sometimes the by-product of a healthy leadership environment.
Rather, as unprogrammable decisions, marketing problems can best be characterized as "loose" and "messy" (Butler, 1994).