While reading, I get stuck by these two sentences:
Even if the code hasn't changed, the system behavior can because the data we use to train our models determines the predictions we make.
Chinese economic principles are not those of laissez-faire, nor of promoting the class struggle.
For the first one, if I am not wrong, "even if" is a subordinating conjunction, and then the main clause "the system behavior can" has two dependent clauses: "even if the code hasn't changed" and "because the data we use to train our models determines the predictions we make".
For the second one, I thought "nor" is a coordinating conjunction, and then the sentence is a simple sentence. Am I right?