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"The idea is that AI should be unremarkable in the sense that you don't have to think about it and it doesn't get in the way," Zimmerman added.
'I loved how unremarkable it was that they were black, because I often feel quite unremarkable, I don't live my life always considering the color of my skin and it was nice to have that,' she told Sky News.
Paul added: "The year 2018 will go down as the remarkable unremarkable summer but joint second warmest on record at 16.7degC against a local average of 14.7degC based against the Maurice Bower Oakes record, maintained by the Met Office."
"Unremarkable" is a supernatural historical fiction novel set in 1929 Chicago.
An Unremarkable Body is infused with sadness but avoids being morbid or cloying.
Brain computed tomography scan result was unremarkable. Brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan was not performed due to his noncooperation.
"His two years were unremarkable," the chief told reporters.
All cultures, including those of blood, urine, sputum, viral, fungal, and other atypical organisms, were unremarkable. Bronchoscopy revealed that the airways of the right and left lungs appeared normal.
Her physical examination was unremarkable with all systems intact.
Three bedrooms on the main floor, one of them with adjoining sunroom, share an unremarkable, white-tiled hall bathroom; the master bedroom, privately situated on the second floor, provides a walk-in closet and an another unremarkable white-tiled bathroom.
Ocular adnexal examination was unremarkable. Slit-lamp examination revealed: globular black colored lobulated mass about 8mm at 3'o clock limbus with superficial hemorrhages, conjunctiva shows prominent vessels with 2 to 5'o clock peripheral corneal involvement.
We need unremarkable grey, boring, normal, steady covert things.