But the movie does not deny the man the genius of his glowing skills and the singularity of his astonishing feats.
Peter H. Diamandis is the founder and CEO of the X Prize Foundation and cofounder and chairman of singularity University.
This is technology that deals with the developments that are promised to come once we reach the singularity.
The effect of the singularity not on an AI, but on an actual human mind—a mind that has been uploaded.
The singularity as well as the high level of quality of their collections particularly impressed the experts.
To this, however, there was an exception in a case the singularity of which deserves mention.
In conversation, manners and habits, they were frank to singularity.
Great interest attaches to the owl from the singularity of its appearance and habits.
Not so much from any peculiarity in appearance as from the singularity of its habits.
For a moment he drew back in dismay; but the singularity of the other man's occupation arrested him.
c.1400, "unusual behavior," also "singleness of aim or purpose," from Old French singulerte "peculiarity" (12c., Modern French singularité) or directly from Late Latin singularitatem (nominative singularitas) "a being alone," from singularis (see singular (adj.)). Meaning "fact of being different from others" is c.1500. Mathematical sense of "point at which a function takes an infinite value" is from 1893. Astronomical use is from 1965.