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- adjective Not of or pertaining to
- adjective Who does not
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But Scripps said its programming expenses would increase by as much as 15% during the year, while nonprogramming costs like marketing will rise by up to 12% as the company tries to attract new viewers.
What are the trade-offs between nonprogramming solutions for safety-e.g., weak actuators, soft robotic limbs or bodies, using only nonlethal weapons, or using robots in only specific situations, such as a "kill box" in which all humans are presumed to be enemy targets-and the limitations they create?
The New York Times called it "the television industry's first experiment in nonprogramming."