riskful

riskful

(ˈrɪskfʊl)
adj
risky
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In future work, we would like to further refine the authorization decision-making scheme with the support of the latest deep learning techniques (e.g., neural network) to discover benign and riskful access patterns based on the access behavior mining for helping the FBAC better distinguish between benign and malicious requests, thereby enabling more intelligent and accurate handling for exceptional access cases.
We don't have proper machinery to destroy this used and riskful garbage to reduce the risk it posses to the human life.
The suppression of this particular probiotic, such as Bifidobacterium adolescentis, one of the dominant anaerobes in the intestines of humans, might lead to imbalance of intestinal flora and is considered to be potentially riskful for human health.
However it is a riskful initialization since it is possible that the number of constraints-compliant composition plans is less than HMS and initialization phase becomes an indefinite loop.
Additionally, section 211 will not be realised if the athlete knew how riskful the medication could be.
In any case, knowledge transmission should not be the core function of the university, he maintains, noting that the Prussian statesman and university founder Wilhelm von Humboldt, sociologist Max Weber, and Cardinal John Henry Newman all held that universities should be places where people confront "open questions." Gumbrecht points out that "Humboldt even goes so far [as] to say--and I full-heartedly agree with him--[there] should ideally be questions without a possible answer." He asserts the university should be a place for "intellectual complexification" and "riskful thinking."