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resources such as raw material, labour and capital which are used by a firm to produce goods and services (OUTPUT). See PRODUCTION
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Most "expert systems"--programs rendering complex analysis based on information fed to it by humans--require inputters to provide case-specific information, and those types of machines might misanalyze events or conditions if fed the wrong inputs.
"Our bookkeepers aren't just data inputters," she says.
For example, "Inputters have a craving to know more." We like to collect and archive information.
SEE page 57 for tens of thousands of vacancies in accounts from clerks to debt collectors, analysts, data inputters and credit controllers nationwide.
CAFCASS'S national business centre was first piloted in December 2009 in Birmingham with all applications screened by just four data inputters and one family court adviser.
Mr Meagher stressed that all of the jobs involved are backoffice IT functions, data inputters and analysts.
Some custody sergeants replaced with police staff inputters.