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AI

abbreviation for ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION.
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"Not enough money is being spent to support people to live independently in their community; only 0.3% of all people with disabilities get a personal assistant service."
"For me to help someone else, as a personal assistant, that was making me feel good.
Not only was I hurt but my mom too, because she was not just a personal assistant to me, but I treated her like a sister.)
Application for the role of personal assistant will close on Jan.
A personal assistant will deliver routine care and will facilitate individual rehabilitation program for the child.
Two Seattle-area tech giants, Microsoft and Amazon, are joining forces to integrate their digital personal assistants, and though no release date has yet been set, the Microsoft-Amazon plan is in the works--executives from the two companies took the stage at the Microsoft BUILD conference in May to show future users how the paired technology could benefit them.
The document was signed by LU registrar and was distributed to vice chancellor's personal security officer, pro-vice-chancellor's personal assistant, deans/heads of all departments, security officer and others.
The company this week agreed to refund the PS306 extra they wanted so that a new personal assistant could travel with her for a holiday in Canada next month.
Personal services company, Wonderful, has launched a new time-based bilingual personal assistant service for expats and travelers in Korea.
Los Angeles, CA, December 12, 2017 --(PR.com)-- Personal Assistant Magazine.Com is a new online publication geared towards executive and personal assistants working in the entertainment, sports, religious, political, and professional industries.
New driving experience with AI Personal Assistant utilizing artificial intelligence (AI) and connected car technologies
M2 PHARMA-March 14, 2017-Arthritis Research UK and IBM develop Watson-powered 'virtual personal assistant'

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