So which SGX?
I mean is it this one
or this one
I mean, they can't be the same one Intel are referencing since that one must be secure and we all know that Intel would never tell a lie just to sell silicon.
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A subscription one no less, it's worth it not to have the adverts.
I use it to find stuff I haven't heard before and if I like it then I'll buy the CD. The wife thinks I'm a little insane doing that but I then also have the control of what, when and how I wish to listen.
I did try Amazon and Google but they are way behind Spotify in both range of music, new artists and usability of the app.
No idea how iTunes compares as I've never owned Apple kit.
So after costs and everything else is deducted how much of my tenner per month is going to the artists that I've listened to?
Spotify obviously knows how much and to whom I've listened so I would be really interested as to how they break the sums down.
To gain a patent you have to swear under oath and under penalty of perjury that this is your invention and meets the requirements that patent law requires for a monopoly to be granted.
Once the AI* can do that and contend with the punishment dealt out for perjury** then maybe we should revisit this
* AI is currently just pattern recognition on steroids
**Not sure that's ever happened
Incorrect on both sides of the pond.
When official statements are made they are made by representatives of the company involved and these very same representatives present the view and position of the company they represent. A statement of shoplifting to the police is most certainly an official statement.
Therefore those employees that in their official capacity ordered police to make false arrests were implementing the will and the wonts of both businesses.
If that is not the will and wont of those businesses then the businesses are still at fault because they provided training that was insufficient to the task required.
Hope he is awarded a serious pot of dosh.
No they probably don't. There are so many aural brevity codes to choose from that different organisations could not communicate with each other with full clarity when Hurricane Katrina blew in. This prompted FEMA to nerf the 10 codes and replace the critical ones with one or two words, that was in 2005??
Once you get away from the 10 codes there are also so many others to pick from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brevity_code
It is illegal to have a section of a contract that circumvents or breaks a law on this side of the pond. This applies to both personal and corporate contracts.
Where I work there has always been avenues to report bullying and harassment and has been posted up on notice boards and elsewhere for a few years now.
Current AI is just pattern recognition on steroids, there is still no real intelligence in any AI system. The single word tagging of pictures has been known to be suboptimal for a long time now and yet it is still done. If there was any of the I in AI then multiple word tags should not be an issue as it should be capable of recognition of multiple items in one picture.
Additionally, and I can't find the fine article that was in this exalted place, you can carry a tag around with you and be misidentified as the tag because the AI 'learns' the tag as well as the picture.
Certainly artificial, definitely not yet intelligent.
So criminal activity took place in the UK, some impatient blinkered USofA company decided to skip due diligence despite warnings of imperfections and drop a metric shedload of dosh to buy said company. <-- that's certainly my synopsis
I just cannot see how this UK company harmed any USofA stockholders since it is the *board* of the USofA company that failed entirely to protect the company, and so the stockholders, by skipping due diligence. The US DOJ should be prosecuting the board members of the USofA company at the time of the takeover for gross criminal negligence or whatever they have over the pond, and the UK MOJ should be nailing up the cell door on Mr Lynch.
Having just noticed that the US DOJ tries really really hard not to prosecute rich people the stockholders should be suing the members of the board at that time.
The EU is 3 months behind the UK regarding AZ orders.
Sanofi has not yet failed but have run into difficulties that could take a further month or 2 to overcome.
The EU is helping AZ build production inside the EU borders.
It was the EU that made the Irish border a hard one for purely bully tactic reasons and gave the facile excuse they are 'frightened' that there may be vaccine leak from NI to the rest of the UK. Despite the UK being far ahead of the EU in terms of vaccine distribution and the NI NHS being supplied from the UK mainland,
There are good things about Europe but their response to this is certainly not one of them.
So 140% of shares of GME are placed in a virtual manner on a bet that they will fall in value, none of this naked short selling stuff going on no sirree.
Nowhere is it reported about what percentage of shares are now placed in a virtual manner on a bet that they will rise.
If the fall number is larger than the rise number then the hedge fund could be in very serious debt, sob, sob.
If the rise number is larger then some redditers will be out of pocket.
Now the thing about share contracts is that there is usually a time limit to how long you can borrow the shares. So how long are the contracts bought by the HF and /r and do they overlap. If /r have to close first then the share price will collapse and the HF will make big money. If the HF have to close first then how much money /r makes or loses will depend on the percentage of shares in options to rise.
Also what's the opposite to naked short selling?
Dressed long buying?
Naked tall obtaining?
Non users of septic media are thus potentially sidelined in future, that's kinda scary. Then there's this quote
“Governments should follow and carefully support the technological transition in finance. It is important to adjust policies accordingly and stay ahead of the curve.”
The very thought that *any* government could 'stay ahead of the curve' is just so funny.
Icon, the consequence of the level of horror and humour colliding
There are a vast number of features in Oracle RDMS but how many of them actually get used in a typical application and how many features are used just because it's the latest thing. It's a bit like MS Word, an un$(deity) number of features but how many actually get used?
The car comparison is actually really appropriate, both have a wheel on each corner and an engine but you can buy 14 Fiestas for your 1 Rolls Royce ( New 2020 versions ). The Rolls may be much nicer in all comparisons but 1 Rolls will not be able to do the work of 14 Fiestas and the maintenance cost of 1 Rolls is higher than the cost of 14 Fiestas.
If you really need the Rolls then by all means you should get one, but don't diss the humble Fiesta when it can still do a decent job.
Chinas BRI is very extensive, giving them a huge market to play with this. It may well become the only digital currency that is sovereign backed and there are large parts of the world, including the oil producers, who may well have no problem using it.
As Chinas economy continues to grow faster than the US this is the biggest threat to the dominance of the US dollar since it took over from Sterling. This presents the US with a major issue of debt repayment, a big chunk of which will need to be paid back when the transition occurs. The UK got away with it because that transition was relatively smooth, well it cost the empire over the next 30 or so years but hey. If the US fights tooth and nail because 'exceptionalism' then it will be very painful collapse of its empire.
That no one has mentioned bone conduction headphones. I use these all the time now when out and about as you can still listen to everything around and still play music, etc etc. Granted the playback is not as deep and rich as headphones or earbuds but if you don't want the proverbial 59 bus up your arse they do the business.
Exoskeletons were tried out in one of our warehouses for a few days. The general feedback was that there was a genuine difference between with and without when picking. Major problems were battery life, we could only get a maximum of 6 hours use before changing but it took nearly 10 hours to recharge. As our warehouses are 24/7 that would mean 2 spare batteries for each exoskeleton. This of course pushed the cost up quite a bit, but to the point where even the people who would benefit felt that was too much when our maximum weight is 25KG.
Renting may change the economics but the back of the envelope says it would increase case costs by about a penny per item, and it may sound like a really stupid thing to say at the moment, food retail can't afford another increase in costs.
If corporations are people in the USA, and the IRS tax American people on their worldwide earnings then why aren't these American people being prosecuted for tax evasion?
The obvious reason, to me at least, would be the money they pour into US politics to dictate how things are done. So just turning off the Washington cash tap would likely have far more effect than postponing a few things that don't really matter and chucking chump change around.
Just an idle thought.
I tried the above at the login screen for a brand new super duper system being introduced but used users instead of students, it didn't work but when I used employees it did. Anon because for some strange reason I haven't been hauled up for a disciplinary and I'm keeping it that way.
Unlikely, the US has become a very 'fragile' trading partner over the last few years. It no longer wants to do business with the rest of the world unless we bow down and kiss your current incompetents feet, sorry meant incumbents there but it still fits.
China is just pointing out that they require certainty and security of supply neither of which the US can ensure. This is noteworthy because it is being done at a national level but there are many firms who are investigating possible escape from US made critical infrastructure.
This is what happens when a lying, cheating, untrustworthy guttersnipe of the lowest scum level possible gets elected to lead the largest economy on the planet.
Between 60% and 70% alcohol content which is 105 to 122.5 proof in the UK 120 to 140 in the US. It has to be at least 60% ABV to destroy the fat coat of the virus and must stay on your hands for around 20 seconds. If it is more than 70% ABV then there is insufficient other content to hold the alcohol and it will evaporate too quickly.
How do I know? Even if I drink that bottle of 14 YO Balvenie matured in Caribbean rum cask in my drinks cabinet in one go I will still have more alcohol on the outside of me :-(
Remembering that Intel measure size differently, their 10nm is equivalent to the rest of the industry stating 7nm, 7nm will be 5nm and 5nm will be 3nm. Not confusing at all no siree,
Intel tried to stay with DUV for 10nm, every other major silicon scratcher went for at least 2 layers of EUV. Intel had to restart their 10nm and, lo, just like the rest of the industry it will use EUV in small part. Their 7nm and 5nm processes are on schedule because they have planned EUV in just like everyone else. They are still behind TSMC who are already researching 1nm, will be introducing 6nm next year, 5nm in 2021 and 3nm in 2022ish with 1nm by 2024.
Intel is behind in process and production capability for at least another 6 to 12 months, what happens to the market in this time could be interesting.
An AMD spokesperson replied with a link to a webpage containing various Epyc benchmarks. "There are 107 World Records here last I checked," AMD's spokesperson said.
So the Intel claims are so erroneous that they needn't bother checking on if they still held those world records :-D
Don't forget that their, their families and any other exceptions that they can think of will be excluded from the data sale.
After all they are probably already fully aware that data anonymising is actually really hard :-P
Icon, is this how we restart it all over again?
The very idea that a manufacturer, when told that the US is too paranoid to allow it to trade with them, can just shrug and say "OK, it's not like their important or anything"
Also interesting is that the rabid paranoia infesting the feral 'democracy' is so bad they didn't even notice this huge change in their own status.
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