the interface between engineering and science
The software has a user interface that's easy to operate.
We installed an interface between the computer and the typesetting machine. Verbinterface a machine with a computer
the point at which the two machines interface
Recent Examples on the Web
Lyte’s platform also includes a Subscribe and Request buying interface, enabling fans to request tickets months in advance to avoid painful on-sales.—Dave Brooks, Billboard, 20 Nov. 2023 During the trial, a surgical robot will place a brain-computer interface (BCI) impact in the part of the brain that controls movement intention.—Stephanie Brown, Verywell Health, 17 Nov. 2023 To enable the devices to communicate, Metcalfe and Boggs created the first high-speed network interface card (NIC)—a circuit board that is connected to a computer’s motherboard.—IEEE Spectrum, 16 Nov. 2023 One big hurdle for Bluesky to reach a bigger audience is that people can’t view links to posts without being signed in, so the upcoming public web interface should finally help alleviate that problem.—Umar Shakir, The Verge, 16 Nov. 2023 As a result, automakers may end up setting the standard for optimizing machine-human interfaces.—Jon Kirchner, Forbes, 13 Nov. 2023 Another paper from 2023 took a different approach: injecting bad prompts right into the chat interface.—Tatum Hunter, Washington Post, 2 Nov. 2023 Humane’s device, called the Ai Pin, can take photos and send texts, uses a laser to project a visual interface onto a person’s palm, and comes with a virtual assistant that can be as sharp as ChatGPT.—WIRED, 9 Nov. 2023 Compared with the official U.S. Census Bureau interface, the Latino Data Hub provides a one-stop site that is easy to use and beneficial to anyone who struggles with data visualization and analysis.—Andrea Flores, Los Angeles Times, 6 Nov. 2023
As well as holding promise for developing fully organic neural implants, Santoro thinks the technology could also be used to interface conventional electronics with biological systems.—IEEE Spectrum, 10 Nov. 2023 This means that the cooks preparing the food are also those interfacing with guests about what’s on their plate, with their firsthand knowledge of each ingredient bringing the dishes to vivid life.—David Graver, Vogue, 16 Oct. 2023 This sense of invisible laboring workers interfacing with infrastructure calls to mind Moraga’s ambiguous play on words that sets up the white porcelain toilet bowl as a site where struggles over color start festering across generations.—Ikechúkwú Onyewuenyi, Los Angeles Times, 29 Sep. 2023 But the great part about it now is the ‘Chat’ part has changed the way everyone interfaces with the technology.—Sheryl Estrada, Fortune, 6 Oct. 2023 The idea runs contrary to traditional RAN development, in which a vendor like Ericsson, Huawei, or Nokia would build an end-to-end network that would not interface with another vendor’s components.—IEEE Spectrum, 15 Sep. 2023 The third category is infotainment systems that provide music and video and can interface with your personal devices through Bluetooth wireless communications.—Doug Jacobson, The Conversation, 14 Aug. 2023 As part of his research, Axel Anderson tracked a correlation between the ways in which young people interface with content on social media and the evolution of popular music, pointing to how psychology impacts trends of consumption, which thereafter shifts production strategies across industries.—WIRED, 10 Aug. 2023 Press plus shape on both sides to fuse the interfacing pieces in place.—Sarah Martens, Better Homes & Gardens, 2 Aug. 2023 See More
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