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He was joined by the Kronos Quartet and Van-Anh Vo, a virtuoso on several Vietnamese instruments: a zither; a tunable single-string instrument; a bamboo xylophone; drums; gongs.
The initial position of the shuttle relative to the window is also a tunable element.
The car was equipped with a tunable rear wing and aluminum vanes along the side of the car’s nose.
Second, the combined neural network uses a new architecture that allows for many more layers of tunable artificial neurons than those in the first AlphaGo.
And if those antennae were tunable, the cloak could adapt to conceal a constantly moving object.
Each of its mirrors is individually tunable from afar, so any errors in focus will not necessitate a trip to space to install a physical corrective lens, like Hubble needed.
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