Machine [noun]

Definition of Machine:

device that performs a task

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Sentence/Example of Machine:

They come standard on most snow machines, and are an easy upgrade for your ATV.

So unless you lack access to internet or mail, rely on a voting machine to cast your ballot, or have to physically go to the polls for some other reason, it may not be worth it.

The app has also turned into a cash machine for the company, earning $281 million in gross profit for Square last quarter while it grew to 30 million users.

Tucked in the back of a laboratory at the IBM Research facility less than an hour north of New York City is a hulking mass of stainless steel and aluminum that looks like a sci-fi teleportation machine.

Google uses the feedback from the quality raters guidelines and feeds this into machine learning models to send this feedback back to their engineers to improve search overall.

Here are some of our favorite quick coffee machines currently on the market.

Pigeon is still bewildered that Calm Office’s clackety keys, fax machine whirrs, and distant strains of conversation have become as popular as they are.

Responsive search ads are indicative of the broader shift to machine learning and automation, where bids, ads, landing pages, etc.

Schlumberger has previously partnered with cloud-computing companies like Google and Microsoft to help power some of the machine learning services it offers clients.

Deep learning is a subset of machine learning which applies the capability of neural networks for predictive modeling.