- Also digitalize; especially British, dig·i·tise .
- dig·i·ti·za·tion, noun
- dig·i·tiz·er, noun
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How to use digitize in a sentence
First, though, mathematicians must digitize thousands of years of mathematical knowledge, much of it unwritten, into a form Lean can process.
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As the future has been pulled forward when it comes to digitizing the American and global economies, it’s a good time to be a software company.In public and private markets, cloud earnings and valuations heat up | Alex Wilhelm | December 11, 2020 | TechCrunch
Then, they digitized the information to make it compatible with recent satellite images and, more importantly, with laser scans of the area collected in 2019, during the biggest scientific expedition to Mount Everest.Cold War-era satellites bring bad news about melting glaciers around Everest | María Paula Rubiano A. | November 23, 2020 | Popular-Science
British Dictionary definitions for digitize
(tr) to transcribe (data) into a digital form so that it can be directly processed by a computer
- digitization or digitisation, noun
- digitizer or digitiser, noun
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Scientific definitions for digitize
To convert data or signals, such as images, text, or sound, to digital form. See more at A/D converter.
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