Re: What one has to remember is.......
We have - it's called insurance :-)
321 posts • joined 22 Jan 2008
"Smaller telco kit makers should provide 25 per cent"... "If this 25 per cent suggestion becomes law, it could give room for other smaller traditional (non-OpenRAN) vendors to grow in the UK market. Samsung, for example"
Just because they are not in the UK doesn't mean they are small, what would be the point of replacing one huge monolith with another?
I think the important not about this has nothing to do with machine learning really.
In the example explaining the parking network the only bit of ML is probably the camera numberplate recognition (that may not even be using ML), but it is the explanation of the system as a while that is the interesting thing, such a good idea.
I really want one, but I will not buy intel :-(
People have been asking for a while, interesting discussions around the different trust platforms being a fairly valid reason why they haven't https://forums.puri.sm/t/should-the-next-librem-be-amd-based/3010
They do now have an ARM device, so maybe they will consider some more machines based on that instead?
"Amazon is primarily a retailer where profit margins are low, so comparisons to technology companies with operating profit margins of closer to 50 per cent is not rational."
Also seems to be a lie, as AWS provides most of their profits.
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