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self-aware

(sĕlf′ə-wâr′)
adj.
Aware of oneself, including one's traits, feelings, and behaviors.

self′-a·ware′ness n.
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Self-aware people continuously attempt to reduce blind spots through self-reflection and objective feedback to ensure that their self-identity and reputation are In line.
Whats clear is that our vision for self-aware trains in a connected ecosystem is becoming a reality through our technology and digital solutions, said GE Transportation CEO Jamie Miller.
The company further says, in teaching networks to be self-aware and personalising network experience, its global team have developed the first working implementation of a linearly scalable big data platform for the telco environment.
One AI researcher notes that self-aware, self-improving systems will have three motivations: efficiency, self-protection and acquisition of resources, primarily energy.
Jensen, a Canadian sport psychology consultant who is associated with a leadership development company, examines the characteristics and practices of six Olympic coaches to identify five aspects managers can use to inspire performance in employees by thinking of themselves as coaches: being self-aware, building trust, encouraging and using imagery to inspire, uncovering and working through blocks, and embracing adversity.
There are also options for Windows and Linux platforms and Zen's hosting environment is self-aware and self-healing, automatically shifting the cloud servers to available resources located elsewhere in the resource pool when necessary.
She's a great role modelshe's funny (she calls "hootie-hoo," like an owl when she loses her husband in a grocery store), self-aware (she ruefully called her undercooked quinoa "un-duntay" instead of "al dente"), and sane in times of crisis.
In line with the knowing sense of its predecessors, Scream 3 uses self-aware characters and generally references itself as a movie most of the time.
He was self-aware enough when asked about joining former Dundee mate Scott Robertson in the main squad to reply: "Not playing like that I won't.
This became the prototype of a self-aware machine that seemed to think and plot like humans.
More broadly, and outside of the learning environment, sociologists define socialization as "the process by which, through contact with other human beings, one becomes a self-aware, knowledgeable human being, skilled in the ways of a given culture and environment.
As you get older and more self-aware, it will work itself out.