Origin of parse
OTHER WORDS FROM parsepars·a·ble, adjectivepars·er, nounmis·parse, verb (used with object), mis·parsed, mis·pars·ing.un·parsed, adjective
How to use parse in a sentence
The contextual data beyond identifying spam and toxicity does not get read, Losowsky said, though publishers have access to the comment text if they choose to parse through it all themselves.With first-party data, Allrecipes is able to bake reader comments into advertisings tools|Kayleigh Barber|December 10, 2020|Digiday
This sort of “embodied mutual prediction” is critical, says Hamilton, so it’s possible to gather complimentary neural electrical data and heart rate or other biomarkers to parse social interactions.How Does Social Interaction Change Our Brains? Hyperscans Can Show Us|Shelly Fan|December 8, 2020|Singularity Hub
The company works with thousands of news organizations in more than 100 countries via News Consumer Insights, a digital product launched this summer to help newsrooms parse the mountains of they’re sitting on.Google’s Amy Adams Harding on why digital newsrooms should ‘act like an e-commerce player’|Pierre Bienaimé|December 8, 2020|Digiday
It is simply a video that shows people doing things that are hard to parse in the abstract.
It’s been nearly 11 months since the WHO announced there was a mysterious virus emerging in Wuhan, China, and though we understand far more about SARS-CoV-2 now, there’s still a lot left for us to parse.The US is in its third COVID-19 peak—and by far its largest|Sara Chodosh|December 1, 2020|Popular-Science