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  • The mice in the French experiment were given a human-equivalent dose of about an ounce a day, or several hundred capsules.

    Resveratrol: candidate for anti-aging pill

  • Never had much trouble with it on a couple of customer-site deployments on my last job, either, except for the usual bitching attending any anti-spam solution not of human-equivalent intelligence.

    Free anti-spam on Exchange

  • Only the name remains as a vague shorthand for merely human-equivalent intelligences to use when describing interactions they don't understand.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • The City's mission statement is to provide a mediatory environment for human-equivalent intelligences and to preserve same in the face of external aggression.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • Its current executive agency is a weakly godlike intelligence that chooses to associate with human-equivalent intelligences: this agency is colloquially known as "Hello Kitty," "Beautiful Cat," or "Aineko," and may manifest itself in a variety of physical avatars if corporeal interaction is desired.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • All the remaining human-equivalent intelligences with half a clue to rub together are trying to emigrate before the Vile Offspring decide to recycle Earth to fill in a gap in the concentric shells of nanocomputers they're running on.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • My late uncle, Ethan Frost, who headed Rampart in the beginning, was one of the first galactic entrepreneurs to give Insap workers human-equivalent wages and decent working conditions.

    Sagittarius Whorl

  • I told them Rampart would pay human-equivalent wages to those who worked as hard as human beings, and proportional salaries to the less efficient.

    Perseus Spur

  • It worked, and far more efficiently than something designed by human-equivalent minds, but repair and debugging -- of the cyber component -- was out of the question.

    A Fire Upon the Deep

  • He guessed the Landgrave to be, in human-equivalent terms, younger than himself.

    Mission to Moulokin


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