indistinguishable


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Synonyms for indistinguishable

identical to

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  • identical to
  • the same as
  • cut from the same cloth as
  • like as two peas in a pod to

Synonyms for indistinguishable

Synonyms for indistinguishable

exactly alike

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not capable of being distinguished or differentiated

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Highest Image Contrast Accuracy and Intensity Scale Accuracy (2.17 Gamma) - Visually Indistinguishable From Perfect
This, combined with deep machine learning approaches, makes it certain that AI will one day be indistinguishable from humans, enabling computers to make connections, learn, grow and understand nuances in much the same way as us.
Summary: Fellini, whose name became a trademark for filmmaking that blurred fantasy with reality until they became indistinguishable, died of cardiac arrest.
He said that given the rate at which video games are developing and improving, soon they would arrive at such a point that they become indistinguishable from reality.
"We found that gender cognition in the transgender kids was indistinguishable from their nontransgender peers and siblings.
The same should hold for the cell phone in your pocket, the argument went, since that kind of search is "materially indistinguishable."
The multiple award-winning Q Series has always exemplified KEF's conviction that new materials and technologies can, when applied with intelligence and imagination, reproduce recordings so perfectly that they sound indistinguishable from the live event.
The slippers ($24.95, kid to adult sizes) are made from soft canvas uppers and synthetic soles by a local New York shoemaker, and were E-tested by a young ballerina who declared them indistinguishable from the canvas-and-leather varieties.
According to a report by BBC News, Dr Neil Clark, of Glasgow's Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery, said that some tracks at the two sites were "indistinguishable".
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Terry Allen's Trees, three lead-encased eucalypts with speakers that project music and poetry, are nearly indistinguishable from live trees.
Walk down the street and you meet people of indistinguishable gender who permanently wear jeans and are covered in tattoos that wouldn't look out of place on Mike Tyson.
A new type of cell has been found in the embryos of mice and rats which is virtually indistinguishable from a human embryonic stem cell.
Regional education boss Robert Voorhamme of the Flemish Socialist Party defends the move, arguing that ritually slaughtered meat is indistinguishable in taste and nutrition and that the policy will help immigrant children assimilate.
Not to be outdone, SmokeFree Wisconsin began warning that after five minutes of exposure, "your body starts closing off arteries." In October the Minnesota Association for Nonsmokers declared that "just thirty seconds of exposure to secondhand smoke can make coronary artery function of non-smokers indistinguishable from [that of] smokers."