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am·bi·gu·i·ty

(am'bi-gyū'ĭ-tē),
Condition of being ambiguous; uncertainty.

am·bi·gu·i·ty

(am'bi-gyū'i-tē)
Condition of being ambiguous; uncertainty.
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I believe AI will affect how we read and interpret the written word to the extent that debate over text itself--what a text means, what the author intended for us to understand, what to make of ambiguity in text--will change in ways hard to imagine today.
The policyholder asserted the argument often raised when coverage is clearly barred: ambiguity.
com)-- Peligro Amarillo / Santurce is pleased to present Strategic Ambiguity by New York-based Taiwanese artist Hao Ni, featuring an eclectic series of mixed media installations, sculptures and video, from December 2016 - January 2017.
VVFROM front page Royal Ascot, and yesterday nominated two-year-olds Lundy and Ambiguity as his likely representatives.
This academic anthology attempts to come to an unambiguous conclusion about what ambiguity is and how it works in language and communication.
That challenge is also an opportunity, and Schlender said technology leaders such as Jobs, Microsoft's Bill Gates, and Facebook's Mark Zukerberg have excelled by embracing ambiguity in their products, even when those products made their earlier breakthroughs outdated.
Traditional career planning, readers may be surprised to note, is dead--the key to success lies in becoming agile and adapting to ambiguity and change as the job market goes through vast transitions.
in the LAMBDA method, the whole process of precise GNSS positioning includes three steps: float solution, integer ambiguity resolution (together with validation procedures) and fixed solution (Teunissen, 1995).
If you see an ambiguity, try to clarify it before the loss.
US Taiwan Strait Policy: The Origins of Strategic Ambiguity
Poets often use ambiguity deliberately, for poetic effect.
Nakao then analyzes ambiguity in the textual domain, especially in regards to metatexts and macro-texts, and then analyzes ambiguity in Chaucer's interpersonal domains, including in speaker's intention and modality.