a beneficial cycle of events or incidents, each having a positive effect on the next.
- Also called virtuous cycle.
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How to use virtuous circle in a sentence
Similar to AI, our current CRISPR tools are impacting the development of newer and more powerful genetic editors in a virtuous circle.Super-Precise CRISPR Gene Editing Tool Is Set to Tackle Tough Genetic Diseases | Shelly Fan | October 19, 2021 | Singularity Hub
The goal is that this money gets out into the economy and encourages businesses to hire more workers and pay them more money, furthering a virtuous circle of spending that benefits everyone.
On the one hand, employing fewer humans would bring Amazon more cost savings in the long run, which it would ideally pass on to customers and re-invest in other parts of the business, leading to hiring more people in a virtuous circle.Amazon Patented a New Delivery System That Could Have Your Block Crawling With Robots | Vanessa Bates Ramirez | July 15, 2021 | Singularity Hub
We’re not going to write about something that doesn’t have that authenticity, but it is very much a virtuous circle of writing, studying, and then coming back to our content creators.How Trusted Media Brands is using first-party data beyond advertising | Kayleigh Barber | March 23, 2021 | Digiday
And he charted how that then leads to higher wages, more lending, and more spending in an economic “virtuous circle.”
Being snappy made them happy, and being happy made them snappy; establishing what is known to philosophers as the virtuous circle.Stepsons of Light | Eugene Manlove Rhodes
Religion makes for health and health promotes religion, and the virtuous circle is completed.Religion And Health | James J. Walsh
The more he was asked the more he remembered, and so on in a virtuous circle.