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They became pals but not so close that Ramsey-Zoe couldn’t direct Friend without objectivity.
Most journalists are discouraged from taking part in off-the-clock activities that could call their objectivity into question.
The whole point of risk-limiting audits is that machines are great for speed, accuracy, and objectivity—but let’s audit them to make sure they don’t make mistakes and they haven’t been hacked.The key to future election security starts with a roll of the dice|Bobbie Johnson|December 16, 2020|MIT Technology Review
Science is often painted as a holy endeavor embodying objectivity and truth.Can We Trust AI Doctors? Google Health and Academics Battle It Out|Shelly Fan|October 20, 2020|Singularity Hub
Did the reporters and editors put much value on on accuracy and objectivity, or were they more a part of the party machine?
Any news group that aims for the elusive ideal of objectivity is de facto liberal, in their view.Pew Study: Americans Are Self-Segregating Amid Proliferating Partisan Media|John Avlon|October 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Was it challenging to film these interviews and scenes and maintain some kind of directorial objectivity?
The Emmy Award-winning Gupta “feels good” to bring a measure of objectivity to a story with such hoopla attached to it.
Credit Winfrey, first, with adding gravitas and objectivity to what is ultimately a blatant and shameless grab for ratings.Lindsay Lohan’s Reality Show Is the Most Stressful Thing on TV|Kevin Fallon|March 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The authors of Russian Traits and Terrors speak of him as "one whose scientific accuracy and objectivity is beyond praise."Comrade Kropotkin|Victor Robinson
This objectivity does not leave him even in cases where one would certainly expect him to express an opinion of his own.
Through all of Spektor's works passes the same melancholy strain, coupled with a strict objectivity of conception.
She unites her husband's objectivity with a fine discrimination of humor which is her own.
But this objectivity, though intellectually honest, tells the child only what other people believe.A Treatise on Parents and Children|George Bernard Shaw