Loop [noun]

Definition of Loop:

circle, spiral

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Sentence/Example of Loop:

To tally the possibilities implied by a loop, theorists must turn to a summing operation known as an integral.

The McAfee researchers say their goal is ultimately to demonstrate the inherent vulnerabilities in these AI systems and make clear that human beings must stay in the loop.

As you have now navigated the ins and outs of the forecast, there’s still one more thing that may get the customer stuck in a loop.

In contrast, the new prediction method is rooted in the intricacies of how and when the sun’s tangled loops of magnetic fields rearrange themselves, in a process known as magnetic reconnection, releasing bursts of energy that mark solar flares.

How exactly that would happen is far from clear, so for the time being it seems like it might be a good idea to keep humans in the loop for most AI decision-making.

It starts with a closed loop — any kind of curvy path that ends where it starts.

Heat pumps at individual buildings or other points along the ambient loop add or extract heat from the loop.

Shi grasped a suction robot in each hand and put each of his feet into loops that dangle from the bot.

Finish off with a button and loop, and flute the frill on each side over the finger to make it set.

The hawser was made into a loop around his body and the other end was tied around the mother.