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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In finding, harvesting, and reading over 1,000,000 open-source documents, such as academic papers, patents, journals, news items and government white papers, located on both the Surface and the Deep Web, the machine-driven analysis projects likely future trends and timescales to next expected peaks in technologies' maturities.
"If that is the case, and all the trucks become driverless and all those manufacturers become much more machine-driven than labor-driven, then that is displacing a changing market."<br />The transition is more likely to happen over the course of 25 to 50 years, Evans said.<br />Wilkerson said policymakers can attract new industries by highlighting the amenities in the capital city and across Oklahoma.
Fyde is at the forefront of this revolution with its machine-driven, human-enriched approach that allows it to uniquely address phishing attacks on consumer mobile devices.
Developments in this space have been sweeping, covering most sectors, and have touched more lives when compared to past machine-driven revolutions that have taken several decades to deliver results for the common man and woman.
Using machine learning to attack ad fraud makes sense, especially as majority of ad buys on Facebook come from machine-driven, automated ad buys.
Secure communications and endpoints using machine-driven authentication, authorization and accounting (AAA), automatic encryption, cloaking and wide-area micro-segmentation.
The rise of technologies and a machine-driven lifestyle, which began crystalizing from the early 2000s, has added to the exponential growth in labor productivity.
All of these make the car get considerable level of machine-driven assistance, and most of its applications right now are aimed at road safety rather than aiding the driving experience.
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.
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.