Re: No good deed goes unpunished
True but defence contractors like Boeing and Lockheed never said they where giving their weapon for free.
Does this now make Star link satellites military targets?
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<quote>White told us that if reports of the £1 billion pledge are correct, then the full force of the investment will only be felt if it is used correctly. </quote>
Sure £1billion spent well can be great and can be the seed for future investment, but I assume by spent well Mr White thinks Mr White gets most of it or he is going to take his ball and go play in the USA?
Even worse than that "What's more, TSMC has only actually committed to purchasing 500GWh of solar energy from ARK annually." which is around 3.5% of current usage. Very much a green wash and not much of one either.
They just need to scale that up just over 28 time to completely meet their power needs.
In an article from 2016 https://aerospaceamerica.aiaa.org/features/the-buzz-over-batteries
The most advanced aviation batteries such as those powering small drones, have an energy density of 500 watt-hours per kilogram.
Just last tear from Japan https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2022/01/220120140724.htm
About the development of a lithium-air battery with an energy density over 500 wh/kg
Would not like a four day week, three days off a week!. Should help greatly with life/work balance. No one should live for work but should work to live!.
Without listing the confidence in the data the quoted percentages are kind of worthless and with the sample size of only 1000 (yes it says 1000 plus and if it was significantly more they would have quoted that) the error bars are going to be significant.
<quote>By default, images and video from the camera do not leave the vehicle itself and are not transmitted to anyone, including Tesla, unless you enable data sharing. If you enable data sharing and a safety critical event occurs (such as a collision), Model 3 shares short cabin camera video clips with Tesla to help us develop future safety enhancements and continuously improve the intelligence of features that rely on the cabin camera. Data may also be shared if diagnostics are required on cabin camera functionality. Cabin camera does not perform facial recognition or any other method of identity verification. To protect your privacy, cabin camera data is not associated with your vehicle identification number.</quote>
I think none of the examples where covered by this so the EULA does not cover them doing it!
What camera does "facial recognition " that is some other bit of software, some "rogue software developer" could uploads a still to Facebook and get them to do it. Rather is should say no facial recognition is done on the data.
Tokenism is even worse than that as even if you do make it on your own merits some people are just going to think you did not.
If the Canadian was a female of color they would have got all three in one an could have got some more tokens on board? The fact they mentioned their make up rather just their record does raise the idea of Tokenism.
As for Obama did the backlash against him lead to the election of Trump?
"We could only realize the extent of the breach after Crowdstrike gave us full details and then we immediately responded to the best of our abilities which by no means was Olympic medal standard," added Galea, who conceded that responding to a supply chain attack is, well, rather hard."
Was not even school sport day medal standard