Assessable [adjective]

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Grow My Store is a tool from Google that assesses any retail site, whether for an online or a physical store and brings back recommendations to help improve the customer experience.

It can mean wholesalers selling to pharmacies here are assessed, explained Steve Moore, president of the Pharmacists Society of the State of New York.

Authorities advised Ant executives they would need months to assess and figure out how to comply with the new rules.

A lack of transparency prevents new AI models and techniques from being properly assessed for robustness, bias, and safety.

Temperament is a rating scale that assesses a child’s early-appearing variation in emotional responses and reaction to the environment.

All throughout the October hearing, the specter loomed of a new agency that could independently audit civil rights violations, examine issues of data privacy, and assess the market externalities of this industry on other sectors.

The statewide ballot measure to change how property taxes are assessed for large businesses tied some local Democrats up in knots.

We are hoping for an open-door policy so we can ensure refugee and immigrant needs are assessed.

Alfaro said she also voted against anything on the ballot that would increase her taxes, like Proposition 15, which would change the way property taxes are assessed on businesses, to raise money for schools and local governments.

Such tests had help doctors assess whether someone is ready to play again.