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The only problem is it produces disappointing results when you are looking for accuracy.

Here’s some more food for thought: If you don’t speak the language into which you’re translating, you won’t know how much of the gist has actually been caught.

Jan Miller of Peotone said she attended the senior speed dating event in Orland Park Thursday because she was tired of going dancing with her girlfriends and wanted to meet a man with whom to dance.

(Erin Gallagher, Daily Southtown)"I'm still getting used to being alone, just me and the dog, and I'm kind of liking it."About 50 people attended the Orland Township-hosted event at the 94 West Grill and Tavern, 15410 94th Ave., Orland Park.

Will you know how accurately you are conveying your message? If your translation requires any level of sophistication – if it involves, say, persuading someone to buy your services or describing the nuances of a product – you’re going to need more than a machine.

The team tracked what matches were made, and how those varied according to race, intelligence, success, and other variables.It's hard to know where one begins and the other ends, but Kamenica says the two aren't totally separate.On the issue of whether racial preferences in dating will dissolve over time, he says, "One would hope!You'd like to think that racial preferences in general would dissipate.But it's hard to predict." Researchers can speculate about why these behaviors exist, and Kamenica says economics can only take the question so far.

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