Refresh rate

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1. Data.

The frequency with which data is updated with the most recently available reliable information.

Data quality and refresh rates
"AI opens up numerous opportunities for improvement...
“As in any technological implementation, it is data quality and availability that are key, along with high refresh rates,” says Carl Sharman, a partner in Deloitte’s performance improvement practice.
“High quality outputs can only be generated through high quality inputs, and integration with the organisation's existing data sources is critical.”"
AI in cash management: what is the smart move? - The Treasurer online - 25 October 2023.

2. Information technology - screens and monitors.

The frequency with which a monitor displays a new image.

Generally, the greater the refresh rate the higher the visual quality and the better the user experience.

For example, in this context, greater refresh rates generally reduce screen flickering.

See also