machine-driven machine-driven


  • (adj) operated by automation



  1. In an editorial for the Barrister (the first political writing of his I can find), Quayle attacked the machine-driven convention system in Indiana, calling for open primaries .
  2. Going to the Nth degree, they use prisms and grids, often machine-driven, whose rippling moir patterns look more vibrant through spotlighted darkness (at left, top).


  • Song of the Week: 'Treasure,' Bruno Mars

    The ascendancy of Bruno Mars is a rejection of the notion that the future of pop is machine-driven. It turns out that people still want to dance. They just prefer to be compelled to do so by a big, goofy gang of human beings.
    on July 14, 2013     Source: The Star-Ledger

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