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ACCURATE was established in 2005 by a group of computer scientists, psychologists and policy experts to address problems with electronic voting. The organization was funded by NSF thru 2012, and published research and reference materials about electronic voting for use by policy makers, vendors, the elections community and the general public.

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New, more accurate computational tool for long-read RNA sequencing

How accurate are our models of rotating neutron stars?

Highly accurate test for common respiratory viruses uses DNA as 'bait'

‘The quotes that I have generated in response to your prompts are not real and should not be relied upon as accurate or truthful,’ says ChatGPT — An interview with the bot, about its answers ‘not based on accurate and verifiable information’

We all make comparisons between ourselves and others. We evaluate how we measure up to our peers in qualities such as intelligence or how funny we are. But how accurate are we when making these comparisons? The False Uniqueness Effect suggests that we are not so accurate after all.

Aztecs Used an Extremely Accurate Solar Observatory to Manage Their Farming

New DNA analysis provides accurate tuberculosis genome

Ancient Mexicans Had Very Accurate Agricultural Calendar, Study Says

A Supercomputer Climate Model is so Accurate it Predicted the Weather Patterns Seen in the Famous 1972 “Blue Marble” Image of Earth

Ground Telescopes can Adapt to Satellite Megaconstellations if They get Accurate Telemetry Data

New tool twice as accurate at predicting antibody resistance among US children with Kawasaki disease

More Accurate Than GPS: New Navigation System With 10 Centimeter Accuracy

Are ‘Immunity Debt’ Claims After Covid-19 Precautions Accurate Or Misinformation?

Meteorologists Are More Accurate Than Political Pundits. Where’s Their Credit?

Deep learning makes X-ray CT inspection of 3D-printed parts faster, more accurate

A Computer Algorithm is 88% Accurate in Finding Gravitational Lenses

Genetic test for cancer is less accurate for Black and Asian people

How to Give Effective Feedback: Research indicates effective feedback is clear, honest, accurate, timely, empowering, and specific (i.e. criticizes a particular behavior than attack a person’s whole character).

A review of research on feedback suggests effective feedback is characterized by being clear, honest, accurate, timely, and empowering. In addition, it targets specific behavior rather than one's character and personality.

Accurate assessment of heart rhythm can optimize chemotherapy use