Accuracy in a sentence as a noun

We have been training it for many years, so it can detect phishing forms with great accuracy.

As usual, vague terms like "90% accuracy" are thrown around without specifying what exactly they mean.

If you told me that you knew to some insane degree of accuracy how long it would take to get to finished I would believe you again.

I care about reproducibility and accuracy in my code, but 90% of the time, I could give a rat's *** about performance.

I, like just about every person in the thread I linked, would pay $10k+ for one of these, despite the reduced accuracy over traditional devices.

I bet they can predict your future with frightening accuracy, or they will be able to after another decade or so of data anyway.

For a person so obsessed with journalists' accuracy, he is pretty quick to interpret/cherrypick/adjust the public editor's piece in the best possible way for him.

Additionally, it appears that they've managed to keep costs very low by automating everything -- this also improves their accuracy.

It is still an art of software writing to try to automate listening to a learner's pronunciation for appropriate feedback on accuracy of pronunciation.

I make no assertion about the accuracy of this abstract theory, but I can summarize reality in a much simpler way: many programmers work in businesses where software is a cost center.

Accuracy definitions


the quality of being near to the true value; "he was beginning to doubt the accuracy of his compass"; "the lawyer questioned the truth of my account"

See also: truth


(mathematics) the number of significant figures given in a number; "the atomic clock enabled scientists to measure time with much greater accuracy"