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In other words, the more it plays, the better its odds of winning, so playing a lot of hands consecutively may have helped the AI nudge out the humans in this case.A Hybrid AI Just Beat Eight World Champions at Bridge—and Explained How It Did It|Jason Dorrier|April 3, 2022|Singularity Hub
Then it’s on to Saturday, when the games are played consecutively, not concurrently, allowing completists like myself to enjoy a stress-free day.Should We Expect More Madness In The Women’s Sweet 16?|Howard Megdal|March 25, 2022|FiveThirtyEight
It began as a way to lift city morale after a devastating earthquake, and it’s now the oldest consecutively held annual race in the world.
The battery life of the Libratone Q Adapt headphones claims more than 20 hours, and while I didn’t push them for that long consecutively, I had no problem with them lasting through some very long travel days.
I watch as students try to arrange the right angles consecutively.Some Math Problems Seem Impossible. That Can Be a Good Thing.|Patrick Honner|November 18, 2020|Quanta Magazine
Another issues a comic proposal to rerun all of the Tours consecutively starting next month and through November.In France, Decision Against Reviled Lance Armstrong New Doping Stain on Troubled Tour|Tracy McNicoll|August 24, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Judge Chin said his sentence—officially “1800 months”—was for 11 felony counts to be served consecutively.
Sholay ran consecutively for five years in one Mumbai theater.
He was still able to think consecutively, although his thoughts were cloudy and but dimly realised.The Everlasting Arms|Joseph Hocking
A few dozen of them taken consecutively, would form a whole history of wrong, and suffering, and bitter sorrow.Ruth Hall|Fanny Fern
Each copy was to be numbered consecutively, though many are found without the number.The Bibliography of Walt Whitman|Frank Shay
Here the houses are numbered consecutively, and you can't tell by a number where a house is.The Secret Wireless|Lewis E. Theiss
Her father's friend, her own protector—in that light she regarded Cranley, when she was well enough to think consecutively.The Mark Of Cain|Andrew Lang