systematicadjective

  • ja組織的な、系統だった、体系的な
  • encharacterized by, based on, or constituting a system

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Unlike cars functioning on city streets, autonomous tech is at a point where it can be safely integrated.
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Construction sites are more systematic and controlled than public roads are.
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Construction is more conducive in the near term to the rollout of autonomous equipment.
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So I started talking to friends and a friend of mine, after a few days, said,
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“You know what? I’m driving to Berlin.
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You just want me to take this item and drop it off your mom’s place?”
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And him and I started thinking about that idea.
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And we said, “Look, what if there is — surely we’re not the only people that A. Have that problem,
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and B. What if we could create a network that would allow you to do this in a more systematic way?”
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And that’s where the original idea’s coming from.
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- Station teams at every exit. I want eyes on everyone coming and going. - This is a code yellow. Female. Aged 10.
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Be systematic.
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Every room. Every floor. Go.
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We see big checks being written by Netflix with professional content companies
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for movies and television series.
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Are we gonna see Yahoo become that sort of outlet for the stuff that we see on television anyway?
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Yeah, I think we’re gonna be very systematic in our approach.
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I don’t think you’re gonna see us writing a $100 million-dollar check for a series.
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Look, I think it’s all kind of falling into place.
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It’s one thing to have a plan.
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I don’t think investors necessarily wanna invest in a plan,
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but when you see it being executed in a systematic way —
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That’s why, I think, you see more smart investors that wanna get in the stock.
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You can't just do away with systematic racism.
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It's not that you don't see race.
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It's that you accept them as equals.
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I don't think he's saying, "Just throw it away."
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He's saying that, if you think about it, it's really ridiculous.
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We can't just forget about it and act like it doesn't exist.
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But we can help do away with it by exposing the system for what it is.