Siri: Cut me some slack, Jack! Chump don' want no help, chump don't GET da help!
147 posts • joined 1 Nov 2009
Amazon, Apple, Google, IBM, Microsoft speech-to-text AI systems can't understand black people as well as whites
Researchers trick Tesla into massively breaking the speed limit by sticking a 2-inch piece of electrical tape on a sign
Best buds? Apple must be fuming: Samsung's wireless earphones boast 11 hours of listening on a single charge
Re: "This is what happens when you scrimp on software dev, testing and docs"
No, it says 890 planes down to 54 orders, even though it makes no sense to compare these two numbers. Poorly written article, or perhaps written for dramatic effect?
If you read it carefully, they delivered 380 planes, compared to 890 planes before. 54 was the total number of orders, which is not an interesting number since obviously some orders were for multiple planes.
How bad is Catalina? It's almost Apple Maps bad: MacOS 10.15 pushes Cupertino's low bar for code quality lower still
Captain, we've detected a disturbance in space-time. It's coming from Earth. Someone audited the Kubernetes source
We listened to more than 3 hours of US Congress testimony on facial recognition so you didn't have to go through it
User secures floppies to a filing cabinet with a magnet, but at least they backed up daily... right?
You got a smart speaker but you're worried about privacy. First off, why'd you buy one? Secondly, check out Project Alias
Alexa heard what you did last summer – and she knows what that was, too: AI recognizes activities from sound
Both the AC and Chrome's own incognito message left out an important bit. Not only are any newly-established cookies eventually tossed out, but equally important, any existing cookies from your normal browser usage are kept separate from the cookies used in the private/incognito mode.
It's like sitting down at a new device/browser install, using it for the first time, and nuking it when you're done.