stars with large energy outputs
The computer's output is shown on this screen. outputs of up to 400 watts
the television's video and audio outputsVerb
Computers output data very quickly.
Recent Examples on the Web
Ukraine’s government says the plants will supply 4.5 gigawatts of power this winter, a third of the country’s prewar output, according to the United Nations.—Constant Méheut, New York Times, 22 Nov. 2023 Its two sets of banana plugs on the back give you two channels of passive stereo output, and a subwoofer connection rounds that out.—Wes Davis, The Verge, 22 Nov. 2023 In a video interview released along with the cover story, the drummer also sung his praises of McCartney’s work ethic and credited him for the amount of celebrated output that The Beatles released during their time as a group from 1962 to 1970.—Sadie Bell, Peoplemag, 21 Nov. 2023 Another of Silverman’s main theories — along with other creators suing AI firms – was that every output produced by AI models are infringing derivatives, with the companies benefiting from every answer initiated by third-party users allegedly constituting an act of vicarious infringement.—Winston Cho, The Hollywood Reporter, 21 Nov. 2023 Slowing demand but rising factory output is likely to produce more discounts, Krebs said.—CBS News, 18 Nov. 2023 While its output isn't perfect, its ability to quickly combine cultural references across the scope of human history already feels superhuman.—Benj Edwards, Ars Technica, 16 Nov. 2023 The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries raised its expectations for global oil demand this year, saying that weak sentiment is exaggerated and that the economy is more resilient than originally appeared, as the group’s own output crept higher.—Yusuf Khan, WSJ, 13 Nov. 2023 Intellectual property laws likely don’t account for this unless an actor’s facial features or identity is incorporated in the output.—Winston Cho, The Hollywood Reporter, 14 Nov. 2023
But there is already an event camera called DAVIS that outputs both frames and events between the frames.—IEEE Spectrum, 3 Oct. 2023 In the latter, an influential public key encryption algorithm developed in 1982 by Shafi Goldwasser and Silvio Micali hinges on multiplying two large primes p and q together and outputting the result, N, along with a number, x, which is not a square modulo N.—Quanta Magazine, 1 Nov. 2023 The software also outputs a line of best fit, which describes the general trend of your data in the line below.—Jack Murtagh, Scientific American, 7 Sep. 2023 That means building out multiple, smaller systems—perhaps one image generator that outputs animals and another that creates images of humans and switching between them depending on the user prompt.—Paresh Dave, WIRED, 24 Aug. 2023 The companies developing these models sometimes try to scrub personal information from training data or block models from outputting it.—WIRED, 17 Oct. 2023 One idea was to compute all the possible circle packings that contain two arbitrary curvatures A and B. Rickards wrote a program that outputs a sort of ledger that reports which integers show up to the party when A is hosting.—Quanta Magazine, 10 Aug. 2023 If your charging adapter can output that, that's great.—WIRED, 14 Sep. 2023 Sheng said the city of Gretna could be an exception to this because of its smaller size and dedicated water treatment plant, which outputs 4 million gallons of water a day to around 17,000 people.—Rachel Ramirez, CNN, 27 Sep. 2023 See More
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