Did you possibly mean hardworking?
- v. present participle of hardwire.
“Otherwise, I'm not sure why you would have a problem with a term like 'hardwiring' (though I understand your misgivings regarding strong AI).”
“Our tools bring out the nature of temporal 'hardwiring' manifest in biological processes," said Ramakrishnan.”
“As we watch the last week of the run-up to the US election and we examine the type of individuals who might escort Ireland out of this mess, the "hardwiring" issue is a fascinating one.”
“The hardwiring of the child's brain is set up through countless, tiny interactions.”
“Given that the aborigines arrived in Australia tens of thousands of years ago, this hardwiring happened at an early stage in the history of the human race.”
“I suppose it just goes to show that the hardwiring for a god figure is part of human genetics.”
“In her book "The Bond," journalist and award-winning author Lynne McTaggart describes the science behind our neurophysiological hardwiring around cooperating, belonging and bonding.”
“As mentioned in my previous blog our childhood creates the hardwiring that we end up having to unpick as an adult.”
“Thus, even virtual communication can influence our hardwiring, reinforcing social empathy and positive neural feedback that keeps us connected to others.”
“The hardwiring in the neural-network of human and animal brains has been with us since that brain began evolving in the Cambrian period.”
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