digitise


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digitise


Past participle: digitised
Gerund: digitising

Imperative
digitise
digitise
Present
I digitise
you digitise
he/she/it digitises
we digitise
you digitise
they digitise
Preterite
I digitised
you digitised
he/she/it digitised
we digitised
you digitised
they digitised
Present Continuous
I am digitising
you are digitising
he/she/it is digitising
we are digitising
you are digitising
they are digitising
Present Perfect
I have digitised
you have digitised
he/she/it has digitised
we have digitised
you have digitised
they have digitised
Past Continuous
I was digitising
you were digitising
he/she/it was digitising
we were digitising
you were digitising
they were digitising
Past Perfect
I had digitised
you had digitised
he/she/it had digitised
we had digitised
you had digitised
they had digitised
Future
I will digitise
you will digitise
he/she/it will digitise
we will digitise
you will digitise
they will digitise
Future Perfect
I will have digitised
you will have digitised
he/she/it will have digitised
we will have digitised
you will have digitised
they will have digitised
Future Continuous
I will be digitising
you will be digitising
he/she/it will be digitising
we will be digitising
you will be digitising
they will be digitising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been digitising
you have been digitising
he/she/it has been digitising
we have been digitising
you have been digitising
they have been digitising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been digitising
you will have been digitising
he/she/it will have been digitising
we will have been digitising
you will have been digitising
they will have been digitising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been digitising
you had been digitising
he/she/it had been digitising
we had been digitising
you had been digitising
they had been digitising
Conditional
I would digitise
you would digitise
he/she/it would digitise
we would digitise
you would digitise
they would digitise
Past Conditional
I would have digitised
you would have digitised
he/she/it would have digitised
we would have digitised
you would have digitised
they would have digitised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.digitise - put into digital form, as for use in a computer; "he bought a device to digitize the data"
alter, change, modify - cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
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17 July 2019 - Chicago, US-based healthcare revenue cycle Waystar, a provider of revenue cycle technology has acquired Kentucky, US-based artificial intelligence technology firm Digitise.AI, providing the healthcare industry with faster and smarter prior authorisations, the company said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 17, 2019-Waystar Acquires Digitise.AI to Use AI, Machine Learning to Reduce Administrative Work
LAHORE -- A team of information technology experts from the Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB) visited Balochistan last week to help it digitise its police and link the department with the police in the rest of the country.
(TAP) - Health Minister Abderraouf Cherif announced, on Thursday, his department's commitment to digitise all university hospitals in 2019.
Matiang'i said other services including personnel management, administrative systems, processes and Occurrence Book (OB) details will soon be digitised as the ministry strives to fully digitise police services.
Under the grant we will digitise primary sources in this collection that span her entire career as an opera singer and social justice advocate.
"Everyone can bring us any small collection of objects, maps, letters, photos or documents to digitise," said Sedivy.
Historic Environment Scotland has a requirement for a supplier to digitise approx.
He told the American Association for the Advancement of Science that software programs and computer operating systems are changing so fast, that the memories we digitise today may be obsolete tomorrow not that far away.